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Fri 5 Aug, 2011
By Sam Bristowe

Tha cuid de dhaoine gay. Gabh ris!

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Stonewall has printed versions of their hit poster ‘Some People Are Gay – Get Over It’ in Gaelic now to be distributed in schools across Scotland.

The hard-hitting poster campaign has already been a success in English speaking areas of the country with many people adorning the T-shirt at Pride events nationwide.

The poster reads "Tha cuid de dhaoine gay. Gabh ris!", which is translated as "Some people are gay.

Get over it!"

According to BBC a Stonewall Scotland spokesperson said: "It has been so well-received by pupils and teachers that the message has gone beyond the school gates to appear on billboards and bus stops."


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