These two women kissed in front of a ‘homophobic Trump supporter’ and it will make your day

homophobic Trump supporter

A video has gone viral on Twitter of two women who decided to shut down a “homophobic Trump supporter” in the best way possible.

The man was demonstrating on campus at the University of California San Diego wearing a red Trump t-shirt and holding a rainbow striped sign that defined marriage as “traditional, one man and one woman”.

The two students decided that the best way to retaliate was to share a beautiful kiss right in front of him, which resulted in screams and cheers from the students surrounding them.

Then, completely contradicting his homophobic message, the man shouted at the two women: “Do it again!”

One of the students in the video, Crystal, posted it on Twitter where it currently has almost 75,000 likes and 14,000 retweets.

She wrote: “This dude was homophobic and a Trump supporter so you know we had to do it to ’em.”

Twitter users congratulated the two women, while being equally disgusted by the demonstrator and his response to the kiss.

One wrote: “I love this. And I bet you he liked it, which would contradict his beliefs.

“The fact that people take the time and energy out of their day to attack a certain group of people shows how low budget their lives really are. They need to get a job and focus on themselves.”

Many pointed out the hypocrisy of people who discriminate against LGBT+ people, but still fetishise WLW (women who love women).

In another brilliant retaliation against someone spreading homophobic hate, earlier this year in New York a homophobic preacher was drowned out by two musicians playing saxophones. 

In a hilarious video posted to Instagram, the preacher can be heard warning people that “the homosexual community has the highest suicide rate of any group”.

But the musicians played their saxophones as loudly as possible so the preacher could not be heard over the sound of their instruments.

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