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Topless French anti-gay marriage activists stage another homoerotic protest against equal marriage

James Park July 31, 2013

A group of French topless anti-gay marriage activists has struck again with another display of homoerotic protests against the country’s equal marriage law.

The group were proudly displaying a flag for French anti-equality group La Manif Pour Tous in front of a mountain range, with their shirts off. Although some might question whether the men are really members of the anti-gay marriage brigade.

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Another group of topless men recently staged a D-Day landing recreation, topless, to show their continued opposition to equal marriage in the country.

Les Hommen posted the video earlier this week, which features the protesters disembarking from an inflatable boat onto the Utah beach.

The men wore blank masks to hide their identity, and unfurled a banner reading: “Liberez Nicolas”, referring to a protester who was jailed for being part of an illegal protest.

The men first declared “No to Gay Marriage” by taking their shirts off in the streets, as a demonstration of how the government’s push for marriage equality was threatening their freedom.

More: Civil partnerships, equal marriage, Europe, France, gay marriage, gay wedding, lesbian marriage, lesbian wedding, marriage, marriage equality, same sex marriage, Same-sex wedding, wedding

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