Gus Kenworthy Kissed His Boyfriend In An Overwhelmed Outbreak Of Love In A Slopestyle!


It was a tender moment between two men in love, an openly gay Olympian kissing his boyfriend at the bottom of the hill during the ski slopestyle event.

The embrace was broadcast live on network television and has now become another notable occasion at a Winter Olympics which has been full of symbolism.

The moment Olympic skier gabbed his boyfriend for a live on-air kiss is being hailed as a pivotal moment for the LGBTQ community.

Gus Kenworthy shared a quick kiss on the slopes with partner Matthew Wilkas, shortly before a qualifying run on Sunday at the Pyeongchang, South Korea, Winter Games 2018.

What may seem like a small and insignificant kiss has been celebrated on social media as a positive step forward for the gay community.

‘For gay youth to see love celebrated in that way is a moment to celebrate,’ said gay activist Tyler Oakley, who was in the stands.

The silver medal winner, who said he hadn’t even realized the cameras were rolling when he shared the smooch and joked that if he had known how significant it was going to be, ‘I’d have made out with him.’




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