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Friday, 3 June 2011

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Anti-gay protesters face a foetal blow

Gay rights activists have been campaigning outside LA Law courts for a second day running today to support pregnant homosexual Gay Wright in his bid to secure abortion rights for gays.

Last year Gay Wright infamously campaigned for the right for gay men to be allowed ovary implants, claiming that "God is a homophobe and has denied us fags the right to have children". He was successful, and subsequently had ovaries transplanted from a recently dead woman. He is now pregnant, but wishes to have an abortion because a CAT scan has indicated that his son will be born heterosexual.

A spokesman for Mr Wright's militant gay rights group, the Pink Panthers, said, "Us queers have been campaigning for years to be treated equally to men and women, because we are all the same. We deserve to have babies and abortions as much as any bitch." When asked about the rights of the unborn baby, the spokesman had nothing to say.

Judge Judith, presiding over the case, is said to be "sick to death" of Mr Wright's attention-seeking protests, but is bound to follow the US constitution. If it is determined that Mr Wright has an inalienable right to an abortion, then it is likely that Gay Wright's gay rights will become law, securing another great victory for the gay community.

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