Monday, August 17, 2009

Homosexualists Demonstrate by Hours-long Kissing in Public

Saturday, homosexualists held a "kiss-in" in several cities across America in order to gain attention -- mostly, no one noticed (hardly any reporting on the event, other than gay sources)

-- From "Gay-rights supporters hold 'kiss-in' on mall" by Annette Espinoza, The Denver Post 8/16/09

About a dozen people on Denver's 16th Street Mall participated in a nationwide "kiss-in" Saturday to underscore their support for gay rights.

The event drew a tepid response from onlookers.

The genesis of the "kiss-in" was a July 9 Salt Lake City incident in which two gay men were spotted kissing, then were arrested and cited for trespassing in a downtown plaza owned by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. There later were similar incidents in El Paso and San Antonio.

In Washington, D.C., 22 people, many of them strangers to one another, gathered under the scorching sun on Washington's National Mall to participate in the national smooch.

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From "‘Kiss-in’ staged in protest of gay-marriage ban" By Kristina Davis, San Diego Union-Tribune Staff Writer 8/16/09

Gay and lesbian couples protesting the passage of Proposition 8 publicly showed their affection yesterday as they smooched in front of the Manchester Grand Hyatt.

About 60 gay-rights supporters attended the “Kiss-in for Equality” to demand the right to legally marry in California. Similar kiss-ins were staged yesterday in more than 50 other cities throughout the nation.

In San Diego, same-sex couples of various ages gave speeches. The protest ended with kisses and chants in the hotel lobby.

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