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…as you would have them do unto you

The Lesbian couple had put up an LGBTQ Pride flag outside of their home for the first time immediately following the news of the massacre at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando FL. They had lived in the Natick community of Boston MA for a number of years. However, earlier this month after having left their home for a vacation, they returned to disappointment and shock. Someone had stolen the Pride flag and had egged the front of their home.

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