Fire fans show support for gay marriage

SHARE Fire fans show support for gay marriage
SHARE Fire fans show support for gay marriage

During the D.C. United game, the Fire gave their fans some gay pride banners to wave during the game on Wednesday, which was Gay Pride Day.

On Friday, after the Supreme Court ruled in favor of gay marriage, the Fire Twitter account posted a photo of fans waving the pride banners to show their support for the ruling.

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