Here's a link to a story about two gay men who were walking across a plaza in Salt Lake City. The plaza is owned by the Mormons. I thought everything in Salt Lake City was owned by the Mormons.
Actually, I thought the entire state of Utah was owned by the Mormons.
In any event, two gay men were walking home, cut across the plaza, and, while standing on "Mormon" ground, hugged, held hands, or kissed, and were immediately detained and hand-cuffed by a Mormon goon-squad who demanded that the homosexuals -- not be homosexual while on Mormon land. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/07/11/gay-couple-detained-after_n_230016.html Don't ask, don't tell, don't hug, don't kiss.
The article did not say whether the Mormon goons wore swastikas on their uniforms. Or just little embroidered shirts with temples and snakes on them.
Anyway, I got a terrific idea. How hard can it be to get two homosexuals, gay or lesbian, or mixed, one with a cell-phone with picture-taking capabilities, start stalking the Mormons, then catch them when they least suspect it and kiss them. Then the one who isn't doing the kissing takes the photo. Snap. Caught-ya.
How about a web-site: International Gay And Lesbian Kiss-A-Mormon.com?