Zales Jewelers should be ashamed of attempting to normalize sin by featuring two women getting married in their latest commercial. It shows two women in wedding gowns exchanging vows and wedding bands. Zales is using public airwaves to subject families to the decay of morals and values, and belittle the sanctity of marriage in an attempt to redefine marriage. An even greater concern is that the commercial is airing when children are likely watching television. To make matters worse, this ad has aired during family viewing time such as football games and primetime shows. This goes for homosexuality as well.
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Heinz UK has pulled a television ad for its Deli Mayo after getting more than complaints about it. The objectionable material: a gay kiss. The commercial, which was only one week into a five-week run on British television, was deemed "offensive," "inappropriate," and "unsuitable to be seen by children" by angry viewers. Some parents complained that their children asked them to explain same-sex relationships after seeing the spot. It takes place in a standard middle-class home.
Hallmark announced Wednesday that the chief executive of its subsidiary overseeing the Hallmark Channel is stepping down, a month after the network was at the center of backlash over its decision to pull a same-sex marriage advertisement. The news comes after the Hallmark Channel was caught up in controversy after pulling a Zola commercial featuring a lesbian couple's wedding amid conservative pressure. Mike Perry, president and chief executive of Hallmark Cards, said in a statement that it was "more important than ever that we find relevant new ways to grow our business," but he did not give a reason for Abbott's exit. The Hallmark Channel first removed the wedding company's pro-LGBTQ ad after it was mentioned in a blog post by One Million Moms , which bills itself as a group of parents working to stop the "exploitation of children" by entertainment media.