When asked to pull ads from Saturday Night Live because it was deemed "immoral," Purina succumbed to the demand. Admittedly, Google did announce that it would reject ads that contain discriminatory views. It does provide "soft benefits," which means your partner can get a discount on their Puppy Chow! As any gay worth their rainbow knows, June is pride month. Most of the feedback was shiny and supportive, but some rectal explorers just had to ham-fist the festivities with comments about baby Jesus crying and civilization coming to an end. How do you respond to that, as part of your doctrine?
I want LGBTQ youth to see themselves positively reflected in media so they realize that being queer is something to be celebrated not hidden.
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But the plan to boycott Buckies picked up less steam than the inside of a cappuccino maker. But thanks to the Supreme Court ruling allowing same sex marriage across the country, things are finally looking up. We give God thanks for that Yes, this was years ago, but some things never change. Target has had a somewhat complicated relationship with the LGBTQ community for the past several years. Although founder Dan Evins later called this policy a "mistake," the attitude remains.