Love Has No Labels Ad Campaign Shows Love Has No Disability

Love Has No Labels, an advertising campaign aimed at embracing diversity, recently released this fascinating video.

In it, all types of people dance and kiss behind a giant X-ray monitor that projects images of their skeletons in front of a crowd. Only when they emerge from behind the screen can you see their differences – some are young, some are old, some are men, some are women, some are children, some are white, some are black, some are of religions and some have a disability.

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The message is clear. Beneath all the labels and superficial things that divide us, we are all people. And we all deserve love.

Enjoy the video below: 


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