Article Title:The best medicine
Author or Credit:Jacqui Stanford
Published on:3rd April 2013 - 01:39 pm
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Text:Wow things have been serious lately. The marriage equality debate has brought out the best and the awful worst in New Zealanders, so let’s have some laughs huh? And a few “awww” moments? We’ve put together some of our favourite GLBT-related funnies and inspirational moments of late for your giggling pleasure. Barbie and Ken or Portia and Ellen? The most amazing note ever The most embarrassing note ever The Golden Girls had the whole marriage equality thing figured out years ago, as you can watch here. Speaking of marriage equality, look what happened when a couple of lesbians snuck into the vigil of Christians against marriage equality outside Parliament last week: And Lynda Topp schools the Protect Marriage people when they try to use her civil union as ammo: Um, actually, Jesus has already judged us We love Buzzfeed. Here are its 15 inspiring photos from the 70s gay rights protests and our favourite: Essential tips for your next anti-gay marriage rally. High school football player comes out, in style Poor kitty ... Nawww And stay tuned below, for a bit more local WTF, as a ‘retired health professional’ discusses anal sex with a hapless Radio Live host. We give you: “Now Ewing”. Jacqui Stanford - 3rd April 2013    
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