First, gay activists turned to glitter bombs to make their message loud and clear (these "bombings" involve throwing glitter onto politicians who oppose gay marriage). But in a recent act captured during an Al Jazeera news report, a very different "attack" method was utilized.
In what the Huffington Post describes as a "videobomb," two men attempted to co-opt an Al Jazeera news report with a very public display of affection. The Huffington Post explains:
The victory of Spain's Mariano Rajoy and his conservative People's Party is already generating concerns from Spanish lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights advocates, who fear the prime minister-elect could repeal the nation's marriage equality legislation.
One couple certainly got their message across in an unusual way by "videobombing" an Al Jazeera reporter, kissing passionately as the hapless correspondent spoke on the election.
While there's no way to know for sure that these actions were related to the election, it is, of course, more than possible. Rajoy has said that he supports civil unions for same-sex couples, but that he does not believe that these arrangements should be called "marriages."
Could this kiss be a response to the election of a more conservative and less gay-friendly party? Potentially. Watch for yourself:
(H/T: Huffington Post)