The Republican National Convention is just a few days away, and a pro-equality organisation have taken the opportunity to poke fun at presumptive nominee Donald Trump
and promote tolerance, with a huge billboard of him smooching former nomination rival Ted Cruz in Cleveland, where the convention is set to take place.
The organisation, Planting Peace, were "founded for the purpose of spreading peace in a hurting world", according to a report on NBC
In a blog post, the president of Planting Peace said:
"What Donald, Ted and the Republican platform either fail to realise, or realise and just don't seem to care about, is that their words and actions toward our LGBT family - especially LGBT children - have meaning and impact. LGBT children hear these messages telling them they are nothing but second class citizens and are left feeling somehow broken or 'less than".
Planting peace made the news a few years back when they bought a house opposite the Westboro Baptist Church
and painted it with the colours of the Pride flag in 2013.
Last month they bought the house next door and painted it the colours of the trans pride flag.
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