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  • Schwul, na und? (beliebig variierbar)
  • Andersrum ist nicht verkehrt!
  • ...und das ist auch gut so![1]
  • Wir sind furchtbar und mehren uns. (Parodie auf: Seid fruchtbar und mehret euch. Regenbogenparade 2012)


  • Against Gay Marriage? Don't Marry One!
  • All Gay All The Time
  • Born Gay, Fabulous By Choice
  • Celebrate Diversity
  • Don't Assume I'm Not Into Cheap, Meaningless Sex
  • Don't come out of the closet unless you have something fabulous to wear.
  • Equal Rights Are Not Special Rights
  • Explain To Me Again Why I Need A Man
  • Gay Rights are Civil Rights
  • Hatred Is Not A Family Value (vor allem auf Focus on The Family gemünzt)
  • How Come All the Cool Girls Are Lesbians?
  • I Can't Even Think Straight
  • I Don't Mind Gay People As Long As They Act Straight In Public
  • I Was Once A Tomboy, Now I'm A Full Grown Lesbian
  • I'm not a lesbian but my girlfriend is.
  • I'm not gay but my boyfriend is.
  • If Gay and Lesbian people are given civil rights, then everyone will want them.
  • If time and space are curved, where do all of the straight people come from?
  • If you are ashamed to stand by your colors, you had better seek another flag.
  • If You Think Homos are Revolting We Are...
  • It's Not Just A Tomboy Phase
  • Let's get one thing straight, I'm not.
  • May The Fetus You Save Be Gay
  • My Sexual Preference Is Often
  • Sorry I Missed Church, I've Been Busy Practicing Witchcraft And Becoming A Lesbian
  • Still Queer After All These Years
  • Straight But Not Narrow
  • The Quality of a Relationship is More Important Then the Gender of the People in it.
  • We are here. We are queer. So get used to it![2]
  • We're Here, Queer & Fabulous
  • Who Says I Want to Fit In?
  • Why Do I Have To Get Married? I Didn't Do Anything Wrong.
  • Your Lonely Old Maid Aunt Is Really a Lesbian

Gesänge / Chants


  • Lieber lesbisch, lebensfroh als verklemmt und hetero! (diverse Variationen)



  1. Klaus Wowereit, Juni 2001
  2. "Queer" durch den Geschlechtergarten, 2. Juli 2004