Queen takes a tough stand in 2013

The 86-year-old monarch is openly declaring her opposition to discrimination because her printer stopped working and she couldn't make any more copies of this picture of her with her black best friend.
The 86-year-old monarch is openly declaring her opposition to discrimination because her printer stopped working, so she couldn’t make any more copies of this picture of her with her black best friend.

After 61 years on the job as the Britain’s Top British Person, Queen Elizabeth II feels it is time to finally take a stand — no matter how many feathers she ruffles — and state for the record that she is opposed to “all forms of discrimination, whether rooted in gender, race, color, creed, political belief or other grounds.”

Some are speculating that this means that the Queen now supports gay rights, which would typically mean, you know, actually mentioning some variation on “sexual orientation.” It could fall into “other grounds,” but that might just refer to the current British Commonwealth practice of declaring fans of the Star Wars prequels mentally unfit for entering a legal contract.

The Guys have it on good authority that this is only the first of several big declarations from the queen, and that next week, she will have stern words for those who speak without having something nice to say.

… She’s talking about us, isn’t she?

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