The event is planned to support gay couple who were stopped for kissing on LDS Church property.
By Lindsay Whitehurst
The Salt Lake Tribune
Protesters are planning a second 'kiss-in' near the Salt Lake City Temple to support two gay men who said they were stopped by LDS Church security after one man kissed the other on the cheek.
The event will take place at noon Sunday, according to a listing on Facebook. At 12:15 p.m., organizers will sound a whistle or bell as a signal to step onto a former public easement and kiss.
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