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“Say Gay” billboards appear in Floridian cities to protest ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill

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Cities in Florida are displaying “SAY GAY” billboards in response to the state’s highly controversial ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill. Southern Progress, a left-leaning super PAC, is responsible for the messaging, which is featured in the cities of Tallahassee, Orlando and Jacksonville.

The billboards were installed on 25 March and will be displayed for a month. Each one features “SAY GAY” in black capitalised letters against a white backdrop.

The legislation, which is officially called the Parental Rights in Education bill, seeks to restrict “classroom discussion about sexual orientation or gender identity” in primary schools and has sparked international outrage.

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