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Happy Endings: Aussies Uncomfortable With Gay Footy Fandom

• Gay Australian soccer fans are having a hard time expressing their love for the sport. The AFL Players Association demanded GayFooty.com.au remove photos of its players. Did we mention the photos were of footballers in the lockerroom? [The Age]

• Sometimes it’s necessary to discriminate against heterosexuals. It’s good for democracy. [LifeSite]

Afro Sole 2006 (that’s gay black pride, for those not in the know) kicks off in Los Angeles today, with The Real World’s Karamo on hosting duties for the beach party. [ATBLA]

DSquared2‘s new swimsuit offerings don’t leave much to the imagination. And that’s exactly how we like it. [Made In Brazil]

By:           editor editor
On:           Jun 28, 2006
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    • Hephaestion
      Hephaestion

      Wow, I sure wish we could trade our Supreme Court for SouthAfrica’s Supreme Court! It must be nice to have a Supreme Court which can actually think – and which actually stands up for “equality and justice for all.”

      I wonder how long it will take for America to stand up for equality and justice for all? Will it happen before Bush’s policies and neglect cause the total annihilation of our country by Global Warming catastrophes??

      Incidentally, if you haven’t yet seen Al Gore’s new film “An Inconvenient Truth” get your butt to the theatre NOW!!! This is the most important film you will see in this lifetime, and you need to be aware of HOW FEW YEARS you may have left on this earth if our idiot leaders don’t LEAP into action to correct things… and as long as Republicans are in office, know that the catastrophes will start SOON.

      Jun 28, 2006 at 7:48 pm · @ReplyReply to this comment ·

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