Cheeky Peruvian billboard campaign gets straight allies to stand--and pucker--up

Peruvian celebrities pose as gay couples for acceptance campaign

Gay Star News reports: Some of Peru’s leading celebrities have posed together as if they were gay couples for a new tolerance campaign aimed at eliminating homophobia in the South American nation. The caption next to the photos says "love is not a crime." Among the first ‘couples’ to be seen in the billboard campaign are politician and economist Pedro Pablo Kuczynski and musician-comedian Pablo Villanueva Branda, comedian Jorge Benavides and boxer Juan Zegarra, politician Kenji Fujimori and retired footballer Miguel Rebosio, and entertainer Carlos Galdós and actor Jason Day. Nice job, Igualdad Peru!

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