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Mississippi Wants You To Visit And Experience Bigotry Even Worse Than North Carolina’s

by Rob Smith April 06, 2016

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If you just can’t wait to visit a southern state with an ugly legacy of racism and slavery and you need to get away from those icky LGBT’s, Funny Or Die just killed it with a short video that gives bigots ample reason to make Mississippi their next destination.

Mississippi just passed one of the most hateful anti-LGBT laws in recent memory, so Funny Or Die made a video that says what we’re all thinking.

Watch below, and join us in shaking our heads at Mississippi’s unrepentant homophobes while hoping our LGBT folks in the state stay strong.

Mississippi Anti-Gay Tourism Video from Funny Or Die



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