Gay dating ad banned from super bowl
Controversy arose after GM's 2007 Super Bowl commercial showed a line robot throwing itself off a bridge in what ultimately looked like suicide.
The commercial was changed after the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention said that the ad sent dangerous and insensitive messages.
This adorable, family-friendly 2014 Super Bowl ad should not have been controversial, but many internet users were upset by the idea of an interracial family.
(Cue the eyeroll.) Cheerios Vice President of marketing responded by saying, “Consumers have responded positively to our new Cheerios ad.
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At Cheerios, we know there are many kinds of families and we celebrate them all."Launched during the Super Bowl in 2007, this Snickers ad shows two men sharing the candy bar and "accidentally kissing." After, they begin to perform what they call "manly" tasks like drinking car fluid and ripping the hair off their chests.
In an effort to promote adopting a vegetarian lifestyle, the commercial shows women in their underwear running vegetables all over their bodies in a sexualized way.
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Known for actively courting controversy in their advertising, Go Daddy’s ad, featuring an effeminate former pro football player who launches a career in fashion, is more tacky than controversial.
But being tacky likely isn’t why CBS banned the ad.
But the expensive commercials, which have been a welcome diversion from a boring game in years past, are making this year’s Super Bowl an interesting source of heated discussion.