Thursday, June 14, 2007

Oh, those Nantucket Gays!

The state legislature of Massachussettes, the only state with full marriage rights for gays and lesbians, just voted against allowing a Constitutional amendment that would have banned gay marriage from going to the ballot. Here's the NY Times story.

It's an important victory for gay rights. Homo-bigots won't be able to get anything similar on the ballot until 2012; by that time, the nation -- the blue part, anyway -- will have realized that two people loving each other who happen to be the same gender poses no threat to people who love each other who happen to be the opposite gender.

I say again: this is a huge civil rights victory.


Blogger AJH said...

Agreed. Who cares what people do in their bedrooms? It's absurd.

It's mostly nut-case Christians who the Bible prohibits homosexuality. I wonder why they aren't focusing on the many other things the Bible also seems to prohibit with even greater fervor? Apparently, some things in the Bible have to be disregarded in order to have a decent, civilized society.

Add anti-gay discrimination to the list.

6:41 PM  
Blogger Jimmimoose said...

The title of this entry brings new meaning to the product name, "Natucket Nectar."

9:00 PM  
Blogger John said...

There once was an activist from Nantucket,
whose penis was so lengthy he could autofellate himself.

or something like that...

10:07 AM  

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