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Dublin's gays criticizes American homophobes

Filed By Ed Team | March 17, 2010 7:30 AM | comments

Filed in: Quote of the Day
Tags: Dublin, parade, st. patrick's day

"The exclusion of any groups from celebrating our national holiday abroad is deeply discriminatory and rooted in close mindedness.

This is deeply un-Irish and something that we cannot allow to happen in the name of an event that is about celebrating Ireland's rich cultural heritage, of which the LGBT community are a corner stone here in Ireland."


--Frank Cleary of Dublin Pride


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