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29/06/2015 08:03 BST | Updated 29/06/2015 08:59 BST

Photographer Clinton Brentwood Lee Owns Homophobic Couple Who Think Gay Marriage Is Wrong

This weekend was that bit more colourful than most as rainbows swept over social media in support of LGBT pride.

But not everyone was so enthusiastic at the thought of generally being a decent person and standing in solidarity with their fellow man.

When Clinton Brentwood Lee, a photographer, changed the cover photo on his Facebook page to the one below, he received a not-very-friendly message...

Fortunately Lee appears to be well-versed in owning the closed-minded members of society.

The business reply heard 'round the world! Lol I hope in the scheme of life this isn't the one thing I am known for but I am happy I took a stand. The only thing I wish I had changed on this photo screen shot is where it says I support "Gay Marriage". While I 100% do, I wish I had just said that I support marriage opportunity for all. We shouldn't have to call it "gay marriage" like it is something different. It's just marriage. Like it is between a man or a woman or a black person and a white person. Ever person on this planet deserves their own happy ever after, even if it is different from your view of it. Don't like "gay marriage" that's cool, don't get "gay married"! But don't try to stop a company who believes everyone deserves to be happy. PLEASE NOTE: Yes I realize I could have handled this differently or more professionally, but I have always been known to be an artist with freely expressed feelings and my uniqueness. I will never stop being me. I will continue to love everyone. #loveislove #love #marriage #lgbt #glad #lovewins #standup #pride #istandwithyou #kcco www.BrentwoodPhotography.com

A photo posted by Brentwood Photography (@brentwoodphotography) on

His original Facebook post has been shared nearly 10,000 times and he has thousands of new fans following his page.

Here he is talking about his new found fame...

Bravo sir...

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