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01/21/2014

A. Because anti-gay groups are still creating parodies about killing gays on the side of the road

by Jeremy Hooper

Q. Why do we still need to fight like hell against an opposition movement that would seem to prefer us not being here.

Towleroad tips us to this, which the anti-gay Facebook group "Heterosexual Awareness Month" posted yesterday afternoon:

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[Towle]

Oh yeah. Some people are just soooo sensitive to that whole murder thing. I mean, really—is there any situation where these folks won't turn themselves into the victim?

The shocking graphic did come down, and it seems like Facebook has pulled the clearly hateful group (which has been up for over a year) as well. But don't take too much comfort in that. The people who created are still out there, likely moving on to new pages and organizations that work against our welfare. That there are people who still think this is not only okay but also funny tells us that our fight is far from over.

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