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04/15/2013

Video: Gays not discriminated against because straight marriages protect us all (*like the police)

by Jeremy Hooper

And now Frank Turek—a man who, we should note is on record calling homosexuality “destructive,” “evil,” “dangerous," and "changeable"—will now "explain" why it's not discrimination to legally detach me from my husband. Spoiler alert: It's because straight people's marriages are powerful enough to protect us all:

(*clip should be cued to right place; if not, start it at 7:45).

Ahh, yes. Everything's a-okay and perfectly fair because the majority gets to participate. That logic has never failed before—right? [::writer rolls eyes, shakes heads, recommits himself to not using any of the considerable privileges afforded to him by virtue of being an able-bodied, American-born, upper middle class, white male to deny others of things they deserve::]

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