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11/02/2012

Video: We like gay people—really! Just not their equal rights under the law.

by Jeremy Hooper

"I love those people! They can be great hair dressers and stylists. And they're so funny too! Perfect for a great day out at the mall, gabbing about Bravo and grabbing the latest trends. I grab a big ol' iced mocha and a gay and I'm good to go. Because I'm a nice person, after all.

But marry? Them? Like, legally?! Um, noooo! I have children, after all."

"But they can *plan* my wedding. I insist, in fact. Preferably filmed for Bravo. In fact, I'm gonna tweet that suggestion to Andy Cohen right now. He's a gay and I like him. See, I told you I'm nice."

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