Earlier this year Michael O’Brien and Anthony Gillespie found themselves in the middle of an Australian free speech dispute when their poster for the “Rip and Roll” safe-sex campaign got censored by an ad agency from appearing on Queensland local bus stops. When the ad agency realized that all the complaints against the campaign had come from a local Christian group rather than real people, they took back their decision to censor the ads and started running them as originally planned.
Anyway, the couple of about six and a half years are becoming foster parents for a nine-year-old boy. “We decided to change the life of a child that needed rescuing and we hope to formalise our family through marriage soon,” O’Brien said.
Smart, sensitive, safe, and sexy. Go DILF, Go