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Florida Business Sparks Outrage Over Sign Using Homophobic Slur Ahead Of Pride Month

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A sign outside a business in Tallahassee, Florida has sparked outrage over its use of a homophobic slur. Rick’s Repair Shop, located on U.S.

Highway 90, recently posted a message that reads: “Veterans get a day f— and child molesters get a month why.” According to available records, Rick’s Repair Shop is associated with Rick Hughes, a resident of Tallahassee.

The shop is known for its history of displaying attention-grabbing messages, sometimes of a controversial nature, according to the Tallahassee Democrat.

On Sunday, Jackson Peel, the communication director for the Democratic Caucus of the Florida House of Representatives, was alerted to the sign by a friend and drove down to take a photo of the sign, which he later shared on Twitter. “This kind of bigotry should have no place in our Tallahassee community.

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