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Thursday, June 19, 2008

Tila Tequila Made Gay Marriage Possible

Posted By on Thu, Jun 19, 2008 at 10:44 AM

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Question: Why is gay marriage legal in California? If you think it's years of hard work on the part of activists and policy makers, think again. It's all because of Tila Tequila!

She Of the Many MySpace Friends told Access Hollywood at a the Hollywood premiere of "the Love Guru" (there are so many things wrong with the beginning of this sentence) that "“It is because of me. I definitely think (my show) has helped the movement."

Her show, of course, is "A Shot at Love" on MTV where both men and women vy for a chance to date the bisexual hype machine that is Tequila.

In case you're skeptical about Ms.Tequila's claims, she elucidates her point saying,"“Before it came out, everyone was still a little apprehensive about (same sex relationships)...Then they realized, ‘Wow, everyone is really into this stuff, and it is fine.’ The next thing you know, (gay marriage) is legal.”

Tequila also built a time machine and helped get the civil rights movement off the ground. Then she threw an apple at Isaac Newton and muttered under her breath in passing, "Graaaaaaaaavity, graaaaaavity...." -Andy Wright

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