New Yorkers Take to the Streets to Celebrate Gay Marriage Vote

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This evening, the New York State Senate passed a bill making same-sex marriage legal. And from Albany to Manhattan's West Village, both gay and straight New Yorkers quickly took to the streets to celebrate the passage of this historic piece of legislation. Here's a gallery of the joyous celebration.

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DISCUSSION

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Finally! Some happy news! I'll celebrate with one of my favorite jams from my Prima Hag days in the 80's and early 90's. Come on you old timers, let's fucking dance!