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Was Ann Romney's 'Real Marriage' Comment At The RNC Innocent Or A Dig At Marriage Equality?

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Last night, Ann Romney spoke at the Republican National Convention. While many are calling her moment a "show stealer," a few of us are debating something a little different. After watching the video of her speech and then reading it a few times, we couldn't shake the feeling that something was amiss.

So, HuffPost Gay Voices turned to its Twitter family for help. Here's what we asked:

We're reading a lot about Ann Romney's speech at the . And though it may have been innocent, her "real" marriage comment made us pause.

Did it make leave you a little miffed too? Are we just being too sensitive? "Real marriage" <-- really?

As always, we got a broad range of perspectives of the topic, some of which we rounded up for you here. What do you think? Was Ann Romney's "real marriage" comment a quiet jab at the LGBT community? Or do you think that we're being too sensitive? Sound off in the comments section below.

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