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Lesbian Couple Denied Marriage License in Poplarville, Mississippi: VIDEO

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As reported earlier, the Campaign For Southern Equality has been on a road trip through Mississippi this week to highlight the state's anti-LGBT laws and speak out for equality as part of their "We Do" campaign.

On Wednesday, the campaign traveled to Poplarville (population: 2,894) to test the marriage application process for gay couples. As expected, the application was rejected under Mississippi law stating "any marriage between persons of the same gender is prohibited and null and void from the beginning."



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  1. Now they can go on Ellen and get some money...Great con!!

    Posted by: Alan Brickman | Jul 12, 2013 7:17:14 PM

  2. Folks, it's time we expose the trash trolls on here, as Andy has expressed no desire to clean the comments section. For example, a poster named Zeta has said gays demanding marriage is insulting and that establishments should be within their rights to deny services to gay people. Yet they post it in subtle manners but decode people's message and know trolls are among us. When you see their posts, know they have an agenda

    Posted by: J | Jul 12, 2013 9:38:44 PM

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    Posted by: TA-65 | Jul 13, 2013 2:36:02 AM

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