Gay kidd dodgers kiss cam
A same-sex couple found themselves on the Kiss Cam at Dodger Stadium Saturday and did what any baseball fan would do. The Los Angeles Dodgers' victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks wasn't the only thing that had Dodger Stadium cheering Saturday — a same-sex couple shared a smooch during the Kiss Cam that had the crowd roaring. About 30 seconds after the Kiss Cam began scanning the crowd in the middle of the fourth inning, it settled on a pair of men — donning Dodger gear, of course — who seemed all too happy to share the love. After the couple share a kiss and and give a thumbs-up, the crowd of more than 43, people can be heard erupting in cheers. In fact, the same-sex kiss garnered the most enthusiastic response of the entire Kiss Cam segment.
First Gay Kiss on Kiss Cam at Dodgers Stadium!
WATCH: Dodger Stadium Reacts to Same-Sex Couple on Kiss Cam
The kiss cam is a social game [ disambiguation needed ] that takes place during arena, stadium and court sporting events in the United States and Canada. A 'kiss cam' camera scans the crowd, and selects a couple, their images being shown on the jumbotron screens in the arena. The kiss cam tradition originated in California in the early s, as a way to fill in the gaps in play in professional baseball games, taking advantage of the possibilities of the then-new giant video screens. The crowd attending then pay attention to the marked 'kiss cam' video screen. Normally several consecutive couples are selected, and appear on the screen.
2 gay men smooched on the Dodgers' kiss cam — and the crowd went wild
The kiss cam is a time-honored sports tradition. Finally, it's recognizing that not everyone who attends ball games is straight. The camera panned to a gay couple between innings at the Los Angeles Dodgers baseball stadium Saturday night, where the Dodgers were playing the Arizona Diamondbacks.
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