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I mean, here you are, at a rally for the expressed purpose of denying your fellow citizens their equal rights, and all of a sudden these "people" show up. And they're just "standing" there, in front of you. And they actually have the nerve to "disagree" with you. Who could have seen "that" coming? I can only imagine the deep and enduring anguish of being confronted by people who don't share your "views".


A social/political commentary Internet show, written and hosted by the titular Zinnia Jones and distributed through her YouTube channel. Zinnia usually speaks about issues that connect to religion, politics 'and' homophobia, but one of those three is enough and sometimes entirely different issues pop up as well.

Zinnia Jones identified as a gay man when she began the show, but since at least 2011 has identified as a gay woman.

Now, on to tropes.

Tropes used in Zinnia Jones include:
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