How a message of acceptance from rural Oklahoma touched people around the world
(CNN) -- When Cody Barlow missed the Pride parade in Tulsa -- the closest celebration to his rural Oklahoma town -- he found another way to be an LGBTQ ally.
Using duct tape and mailbox letters, he decorated the tailgate of his 1991 Chevrolet Silverado with a rainbow pride flag and a message:
"Not all country boys are bigots... Happy Pride Month."
Barlow, 28, identifies as a heterosexual man. He has gay friends and relatives who have experienced hatred because of their sexual...