I don't know which is bigger news: that Salt Lake City activists' Kiss-In concept has prompted a call for a national Kiss-In scheduled for Aug. 15, or that at least one organizer of that national demonstration proposed targeting "Mormon churches" all across the country with all those smooches.
It appears the organizers have ditched the "Mormon church" idea and are now calling for Kiss-Ins in any public place.
Activist and blogger David Badash wrote on New Civil Rights Movement July 13 that "Mormon churches" should be targeted by the Kiss-In.
And it’s important we do it in an organized, public, non-confrontational, but well-publicized manner. Which means, in front of Mormon Churches.
The national Kiss-In will be protesting the harassment of three gay couples since February who have had run-ins with the law as a result of PDAs, including Salt Lake City's Jones/Aune who were detained by LDS Church security July 10. The other two incidents had no known LDS connection.
Join The Impact has information on a Aug. 15 Boston Kiss-In and promises more will be scheduled.
A Kiss-In at San Diego's LDS Temple is scheduled for tonight.
I wonder if SLC kissers have any juice left Aug. 15 for what would be this city's third Kiss-In in about a month.