Gay-marriage foe to march in NYC pride parade

By WKTV News

NEW YORK (AP) - Organizers say they'll allow a gay-marriage opponent to march with a banner in New York City's annual pride parade.
March director David Studinski says he has no problem with Catholic League President Bill Donohue's plan to participate with his group on June 29.
According to Newsday ( ), Studinsky says it will affirm this year's unity theme. He says "straight is great - as long as there's no hate."
The president and CEO of the gay-rights group GLAAD agrees.
In fact, Sarah Kate Ellis invites Donohue to march alongside her.

On Monday, the mayor and Guinness beer boycotted New York's St. Patrick's Day Parade because it doesn't allow participants to carry pro-gay signs. 

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