During 2014, we’ve seen a great deal of homophobic incidents shared on the internet.
And some of the most inspiring moments come from when victims of homophobia find the perfect way to respond to them.
In this case, we see a gay couple find the classiest, and perhaps the most festive way, to put a homophobe in their place.
The couple reached their door to find the word ‘faggots’ scrawled underneath their Christmas wreath.
They responded like this:
‘To the individual who scrawled the word ‘’faggots’’ into our door: We regret to inform you that you completely failed to use glitter paint and/or sequins, your work looked rushed, and your handwriting was positively atrocious.
‘It is for these reasons that we had to remove your work from our door with sandpaper.
‘Fabulously yours, the Gays in Apt. 611.’
Any note that intelligently addresses a homophobe like this is brilliant, but we give bonus points to this couple for their use of colour.
We hope whoever wrote on their door got the message.
And we hope the couple are enjoying a peaceful Christmas day together.
For more inspiring stories from 2014, check out our 14 most inspiring LGBT moments of the year.