It just touches and affects every little thing,” said Rachel.
“From jobs to housing to just trying to go to the store.”“And interact with our family every day,” added Laurel.
Harder to believe is that it never occurred to me until this past Monday night’s UVa.
And the crowd favorite: the couple that doesn’t realize that it’s on the big screen, then does at the last possible moment and plants the big one on each other. There was a bit of a breakthrough, as Deadspin noted in its article, in 2011 in San Francisco, during a Giants-Chicago Cubs game.This could not go well,'" recalls Simone-Friedland. "We were so happy to do it and to be part of it, and flattered to be asked."But then we did it, because we thought it would be just so fun to do, and then we heard the crowd — and that was really unexpected, and beautiful, and affirming." In talking about the experience after the fact, the couple zeroed in on the most surprising aspect of the entire day. Just completely flattered by the whole experience." A spokesperson for the L. "We just went to enjoy a nice day at the field," Simone-Friedland tells The Advocate by phone. They've never encountered any antigay harassment at the park.So when a cameraman approached the couple during the third inning to ask them to be on the Kiss Cam, the men immediately said yes. "I've always thought Dodger Stadium is a great place to go to," Simone-Friedland says.