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Allstate Insurance has released a new gay-inclusive ad campaign just in time for Pride Month, as part of a larger campaign that asks users to submit photos of themselves "showing affection out in public."
All of Italy will see a young man coming out to his parents over a pasta dinner soon as the first known pro-gay ad in Italy hits the air. Compare the Findus ad with Barilla’s infamous fumble from last year.
Officials from the Bertolli pasta company posted an LGBT-friendly ad, nearly a week after the president of Barilla made waves for spewing anti-gay comments during a radio interview.
Officials from Buitoni pasta have responded to the anti-gay remarks made by the president of Barilla with an LGBT-supportive image on their Facebook.
Dannielle Owens-Reid and Kristin Russo initially co-founded the advice website Everyone is Gay (EIG) in response to a joke, but later found that their outreach extended beyond the LGBTQ community to instill the idea that we all have similar struggles.
The National Organization for Marriage is urging followers to cancel their T-Mobile subscriptions because the cell phone company has announced support for marriage equality in its home base of Washington State.
An anti-gay group is criticizing Macy’s for allowing an image of two grooms as a wedding cake to apper to be placed in their catalog. But the department-store chain is not backing down
"Doodles" pop up in place of Google’s familiar graphic on holidays, for the birthdays of famous people, and even for the 30th anniversary of the popular video game from the 1980s, Pac-Man. But not for Pride.
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