With over eight thousand people in attendance, American professional baseball team, the Los Angeles Dodgers celebrated Pride month in the USA taking full advantage of kiss cam.
Pride night which saw Dot Marie-Jones, from Glee, perform at the show, also featured gay, bi, and trans choirs singing the United States National Anthem.
Executive vice-president and chief marketing officer for Dodgers, Lon Rosen said the baseball team fully supports pride month and has a “long-standing relationship with the LGBTI community.”
“We have been able to make our relationship with the LGBT community more than just a one-night promotion,” Rosen added.
Along with the Varsity Gay League playing kickball game in the outfield prior to the game, Kiss cam proved to be the most popular of Pride night’s festivities, with seven gay couples being featured throughout the game, whilst being cheered on by the entire stadium.
The Los Angeles Chargers Pride Night helped raise money for the LGBT non-profit, Athlete Ally, whose mission is “to educate and activate athletic communities to eliminate homophobia and transphobia” in sports and to champion equality.
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