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08/05/2013

To the back of the bus. Literally.

by Jeremy Hooper

This does not help the anti-gay far-right's insistence that theirs is the true civil rights movement of our time:

“I saw him look at us, look down at his hands and he looked so angry,” McCoy said. “He just blurted out at me, he goes, “'Okay, if you're going to do that, you're going to the back of the bus.'"
Gay couple ordered to the back of the bus for holding hands [Towle]

No word on whether the bus driver also divided passengers according to what water fountain he insisted they use.

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