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US: NFL players make final push for equal marriage: ‘why is common sense not enough?’

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  1. Brendon Ayanbadejo is a most welcome ally, along with Chris Kluwe

  2. Seymour Cat 25 Mar 2013, 12:53pm

    Good on him

  3. Ayanbadejo, Fujita and Kluwe are terrific guys. Where are their UK equivalents?

  4. Any form of prejudice is abhorrent. That’s why I find the resistance of African nations to our equality so disgusting. I’ve noticed how often formerly oppressed minorities seem to then turn their attentions towards others without any sense of irony or hypocricy. And, at the root of it all, religion. How sad that such a potential force for good (as intended by Christianity’s founder) is so often used by bigots for evil.

    1. Just as an aside, the rulers of present-day African states are not usually from ethnic minorities.

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