Three days before North Carolina votes on the homophobic Amendment One, Raleigh got some hateful visitors.

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    beebo wallace, snoopdave, tylaar, and 4 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. beebo wallace 24 months ago | reply

      this is really all so very good ...

    2. abbyladybug 24 months ago | reply

      I hope you mean the photo and not the craziness! It's better than the DSLR shots I got at the same time.

    3. tylaar 24 months ago | reply

      it's a wonderful image; while fundamentally iphoneography will surely lead to hell's fire - it does seem to suit simple graphical compositions very well. "virginity rocks" is also a great name for a band.

    4. beebo wallace 24 months ago | reply

      the photo - very iconic ...

      I wondered about the woman wearing the virginity rocks shirt ... do you think those are her kids?

    5. Photo Geek 24 months ago | reply

      Why is it these people always look like they stepped out of the 30s, both in intellect and world view?

    6. aye_shamus 24 months ago | reply

      Did you talk to them and ask why they were here? I assumed it was because of the AIDS walk and not the vote on Amendment One on Tuesday.

    7. a.zalonis 24 months ago | reply

      Hmmm....I remember the woman on the left...

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    8. abbyladybug 24 months ago | reply

      @aye_shamus Amendment One. There was a big event with tons of booths on Fayetteville Street.

    9. Pickletickle06 24 months ago | reply

      How terrible must it be to grow up with so much bigotry and hate?

    10. jakerome 23 months ago | reply

      What a way to spend a Saturday.

    11. abbyladybug 23 months ago | reply

      Yeah, when I was a kid, I was more into rising bikes or walking to the public pool!!

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