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French humorist Virginie Tellene , aka 'Frigide Barjot,' holds a... News PhotoAdoption,Arts Culture and Entertainment,Avenue des Champs-Elysees,Civil Partnership,Comedian,Effigy,France,French Culture,Holding,Horizontal,Law,Legalization,Paris - France,Party - Social Event,Placard,Planning,Politics,Poster,Protest,Protestor,SupporterPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPFrench humorist Virginie Tellene (C), aka 'Frigide Barjot,' holds a poster (translation 'Mister President clean your spectacles, France is in the street') in Paris on February 10, 2013 during a demonstration on the Champs Elysees by predominantly French right wing supporters protesting a proposed law to legalise gay marriage and adoption. France's National Assembly overwhelmingly approved a key piece of legislation that will allow homosexual couples to marry and adopt children, to the delight of gay activists. AFP PHOTO / THOMAS COEX (Photo credit should read THOMAS COEX/AFP/Getty Images)