Yesterday I stopped at a nearby store to shop and noticed these stickers on one of the grocery cart corrals. The one on the right is obviously the Human Rights Campaign Logo. The smaller circular sticker on the left is adapted from a relatively common image of Kim Jong-il, former Supreme Leader of North Korea. Assuming there must be some meaning intended by placing the two stickers together, I looked around the Internet for clues and found several vague possibilities.
Maybe Iím giving this more attention than it deserves, but am curious to know if anyone else can offer a better idea to explain the display of these stickers together in a public place.
OUT Magazine published a Letter to Kim Jong-il, which was at least partially intended as humor and suggesting that his middle son, Kim Jong-chul, was passed over to be the next Supreme Leader because he is gay.
Conservative radio host Rick Wiles and Rev. Fred Luter, President of the Southern Baptist Convention, suggested that support of same-sex marriage and gay rights could be linked to North Korea's threats against the United States.
Saturday Night Live included a comedy skit depicting Kim Jon-ilís successor and youngest son, Kim Jong Un, announcing a reversal of North Koreaís position on gay marriage.
Hersh Rephun (Raging Artists) and Jordan Brady (Superlounge) created a comedy music video featuring Kermit the Frog, about Marriage Equality, which includes lyrics aimed at Kim Jong Un.