A Facebook campaign urges gay television couple Cam & Mitchell on ABC's Modern Family to share an onscreen kiss.

The group Let Cam & Mitchell Kiss on Modern Family! has attracted over 4,000 fans since going live over the weekend.

The group says: “Cam & Mitchell, the adorable gay couple on ABC's Modern Family, have not been shown sharing even a brief kiss throughout the series' first hit season. ABC isn't afraid of gay characters, so why won't they let them show some love?”

On the sitcom, teddy-bearish Eric Stonestreet (CSI: Crime Scene Investigation) plays Cameron, while openly gay Jesse Tyler Ferguson (The Class) is Mitchell. The couple adopted a Vietnamese baby, Lily, in season one.

Speaking to Andy Cohen on Bravo's Watch What Happens, Ferguson said he's often asked why the couple is not seen sharing affection.

“I want everyone to know their love life is very, very solid,” he said. “Very strong. You also don't see them having bowel movements, but they still have them.”

The Facebook group appeared after the May 5 episode titled Airport 2010, in which Cam and Mitchell were denied a smooch after they argued while heterosexual couple Phil (Ty Burrell) and Claire (Julie Bowen) kissed and made up. It was the most clear-cut example yet of how producers appear skittish to show physical affection between the gay characters.