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by:YEROO     2019-10-05
The appearance of a gay couple at a safe sex bus shelter promotion caused a stir when they declared themselves adoptive parents.
Michael O\'Brien and Anthony Gillespie caused a stir after the Queensland Health Community Association launched a \"tear and roll\" campaign to promote condoms earlier this year.
But now the couple has been approved to become adoptive parents of their new son. year-
Old Australian boy
The child has started visiting and staying overnight before his full visit
Schedule for the two.
O\'Brien says they are happy to be parents and plan to get married soon.
\"We decided to change the life of a child who needs to be saved, and we hope to formalize our family through marriage soon,\" 25-year-old said.
\"I was wearing Anthony\'s engagement ring and I told our son we were getting married soon.
\"This couple, featuring black --and-
Take a white image of an unopened red condom bag.
Anger from some groups forced the ads to be removed from the Queensland bus shelters later on May Day, but they were re-launched
It was founded after a massive campaign launched by the public on Facebook.
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