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You must see this highly unusual Pride display at an Oregon soccer game

A Night in the Woods as the crowd sang. The cat was accompanied by two signs which read, “From Stonewall a brick, and Portland an axe, respect our pride or expect our wrath.”The display occurred at the May 29 Portland Timbers match against the Houston Dynamo.
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