Grey Poupon, the mustard brand owned by Kraft, celebrates the Pride Month on their facebook page with the above image with the following description:

June is National Pride month. Though the festivities technically only last a month, we recommend celebrating all year – because Pride and good taste never go out of season.

Grey Poupon, the mustard brand owned by Kraft, celebrates the Pride Month on their facebook page with the above image with the following description:

June is National Pride month. Though the festivities technically only last a month, we recommend celebrating all year – because Pride and good taste never go out of season.

10 months ago · 32 notes · Source

Screenshot from the commercial for popular video game, The Sims 3, titled “The Sims 3 Essence Video” that includes smooch of same-sex soldier couple.
You can watch the video here:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ucwxATyWZ2w

Screenshot from the commercial for popular video game, The Sims 3, titled “The Sims 3 Essence Video” that includes smooch of same-sex soldier couple.

You can watch the video here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ucwxATyWZ2w

2 years ago · 44 notes · Source

Renault Twingo Ad Features Gay Wedding

Renault’s at it again.

The French automaker may have sparked controversy with a steamy girl-on-girl commercial that was eventually yanked from Italian airwaves, but that hasn’t stopped them from addressing lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) issues once again in its latest clip for the Twingo, which features a surprise wedding between two men. “Times have changed,” the tagline reads. “Twingo, too.”

2 years ago · 16 notes · Source

2 years ago · 14 notes · Source

comingoutjournal:

GetUp! Marriage Equality Ad for Australia

Possibly the Most Beautiful Ad for Marriage Equality We’ve Seen
By Lucas Grindley on Advocate.com

GetUp! in Australia released a commercial on Thursday from the perspective of one half of a gay couple in love. It builds to the big moment that they want legalized — a proposal to get married.

Polls in Australia show support for marriage equality has increased to almost two-thirds of voters. But Prime Minister Julia Gillard remains opposed, arguing that “the institution of marriage has come to have a particular meaning and standing in our culture and nation and that should continue unchanged.”

In the commercial, the couple seems like any other that might fit that “meaning,” except for their gender. Groups such as The Third Way in Washington haveargued based on new research that it’s a message of commitment like this one — and not about benefits or rights — that will be most effective with voters. 

In my opinion, without a doubt, this is the most beautiful ad for marriage equality. I couldn’t hold my tears at the end of it, genuinely. Please watch this everyone, you will not regret it.

I had to reblog myself guys, because I just cannot get enough of this. It is the most beautifully done video for marriage equality, taking a different approach than most of the ads, showing a love story and how beautiful love is and how everyone deserves the freedom to marry who they love. 

GetUp!, the movement for Australia who prepared this amazing video, which is already over a million views on YouTube, is now trying to put this ad on TV before voting is held. If you want to or if you are able to you can help them to put this video on national TV by donating: 
https://www.getup.org.au/campaigns/marriage-equality/love-story/watch-the-video

2 years ago · 907 notes · Reblogged from comingoutjournal

GetUp! Marriage Equality Ad for Australia

Possibly the Most Beautiful Ad for Marriage Equality We’ve Seen
By Lucas Grindley on Advocate.com

GetUp! in Australia released a commercial on Thursday from the perspective of one half of a gay couple in love. It builds to the big moment that they want legalized — a proposal to get married.

Polls in Australia show support for marriage equality has increased to almost two-thirds of voters. But Prime Minister Julia Gillard remains opposed, arguing that “the institution of marriage has come to have a particular meaning and standing in our culture and nation and that should continue unchanged.”

In the commercial, the couple seems like any other that might fit that “meaning,” except for their gender. Groups such as The Third Way in Washington haveargued based on new research that it’s a message of commitment like this one — and not about benefits or rights — that will be most effective with voters. 

In my opinion, without a doubt, this is the most beautiful ad for marriage equality. I couldn’t hold my tears at the end of it, genuinely. Please watch this everyone, you will not regret it.

2 years ago · 907 notes · Source