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Minnesota roadsides more discriminatory than they were yesterday

by Jeremy Hooper

The so-called Minnesota For Marriage campaign has begun erecting billboards:

M4M-Billboard Main"Protecting the definition of marriage as between one man and one woman and ensuring that kids, along with their moms and dads, remain part of the marital union is a big deal for the majority of Minnesotans, so we knew we needed big signs reminding everyone to VOTE YES on November 6th,” said Autumn Leva, Spokesperson for Minnesota for Marriage.

Billboards are one of many phases of advertising Minnesota for Marriage has planned to ensure that Minnesotans understand they have a chance to protect the definition of Marriage as between one man and one woman on November 6th. The billboards feature pictures of couples and families with the words “Marriage = One Man + One Woman” and “Vote YES.”
Minn For Marriage

But don't worry, scared gay kids of Minnesota who are now forced to see these reminders while riding to school. Their printing on the billboards will do nothing to change the writing on the wall.

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