The German Issue of GQ Features Gentlemen Against Homophobia

By: Mesel Isaac - Published: Dec 19, 2013 • References: & huffingtonpost
The January issue of the German version of GQ features a series of photos of 13 straight German celebrities kissing each other for a campaign entitled '#Mundpropoganda -- Gentlemen Against Homophobia.'

Mundpropoganda means "word of mouth" and it is the hope of the German GQ Editor-in-Chief José Redondo-Vega that this campaign will send a clear message against intolerance and homophobia and to show solidarity to those who are victims of homophobia. It's certainly a bold stance for a magazine which caters to traditional male issues such as cars and women, though it is good to know that GQ recognizes diversity.

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