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10/19/2012

Video: Yes! Discrimination doesn't hinge on marriage! Bravo, Mainers United for Marriage!

by Jeremy Hooper

Regular G-A-Y readers know that I have been harping for years on the fact—THE FACT!—that so many of the things that the ever-deceptive far-right cites as being a potential issue attached to marriage (e.g. whether or not tolerance will be taught; whether or not inns must accommodate people regardless of sexual orientation; whether or not a public pavilion getting a special tax break myst follow the rules associated with that break; etc) are actually not associated with marriage at all, and in fact are usually pulled from states where marriage equality is not even legal. That reality is what makes this one of my favorite spots in recent memory:

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