Gay marriage fight inspires Cash 4 Gold spoof

'Tired of fighting the gay marriage fight? Turn your civil rights into cash...fast!,' says new parody video

Gay marriage fight inspires Cash 4 Gold spoof
19 August 2012

Tired of fighting the gay marriage fight? Turn your civil rights into cash…fast!

In the United States, Cash 4 Gold’s adverts have inspired many people to create their own parody but this is definitely our favorite.

Written and produced by Kate Lambert, Get Cash 4 Rights asks customers to send in their civil liberties in a sealed marked envelope and in return they can have the cash to buy, for example, the cat of their dreams.

One satisfied customer says: ‘As a lesbian, I had fought for my right to marry. Then some woman at a rally yelled something at me that really opened my eyes.

‘She said if I was able to marry another woman, then she might as well marry a llama.

‘And then I realized, she was right. Me marrying my partner of eight years was the exact same thing as her marrying a Peruvian farm animal.

‘So I went home, and I signed up for Get Cash 4 Rights!’

Check out the hilarious video here:

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