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Balls Of Pride

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23:06 PM | 27 June 2013
by Adam Oldfield
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The idea was to use girlfriends as the intricate part to help guys show their support for pro gay relationships.

Straight guys supposedly avoid publicly stating that they’re pro-gay. Maybe things have changed somewhat in the last few years since this video was made. But this comical video helping guys become pro-gay and unquestionably straight does a great job of overcoming that problem.

Their idea was to use girlfriends as the intricate part to help guys show their support for pro gay relationships.

Watch the video above and provide your support to gay-rights advocacy group GLAAD.

Credits
Copy Writer: Jacob Sempler
Art Director: Matilda Kahl
Art Director: Emil Tiismaan
School: Miami Ad School New York, USA

Awards
Future Lions 2011 - Winner
New Creatives 2011 - Best Of 
National Student Show 2011 - Best Total Campaign
National Student Show 2011 - Best of Show
National Student Show 2011 - Judge’s Choice
The Bees Awards 2011 - Best Student Work
YoungGuns International Award 2011 - Bronze

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