Every Time 2 Gays Marry, a Traditional Marriage Explodes.

Via on Mar 5, 2011

Bigots, ho!

Come Out Wherever You Are!

President Obama recently decided to stop defending the Clinton/Bush era Defense of Marriage Act [DOMA], a federal law that protects “traditional” marriage.


Awesome. And, informative. And, funny. Props:

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2 Responses to “Every Time 2 Gays Marry, a Traditional Marriage Explodes.”

  1. […] needs so that I could stay in the relationship. I saw that I was painting a rosy picture of how our marriage might be saved if we moved—which I wanted to do—while inside harboring serious doubts that I […]

  2. […] “traditional” marriage. I don’t know about you, but hate is not an acceptable tradition in my family. I […]

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