The Kiss Cam at last night's Los Angeles Kings game featured a gay couple kissing, and they certainly didn't hold back. Brad Parr and Andy Evans had secretly been hoping they would be the focus of the Kiss Cam at some point, and they got their wish last night in a 2-1 win over the Toronto Maple Leafs at Staples Center.
The gay kiss got the biggest cheers from the crowd, another great sign of acceptance. And it wasn't just a little peck on the lips, these two went for it!
"It was a particularly sweet night since the Kings were playing and beat my hometown Toronto," Parr told Outsports. "My parents and siblings live in LA but the rest of my family think I am a terrible traitor for being a Kings fan; I've lived in LA for 17 years."
The two race triathlons together and are currently raising money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society's Team in Training at the 2016 Lavaman Triathlon. You can donate to their team and their cause here.
Last year the Los Angeles Dodgers featured a gay couple on their KissCam. Though it's still far too rare to see these gay couples featured on Kiss Cams across sports.