A Budweiser UK campaign for Pride Month is using LGBTQ flags to advertise beer, and it’s inciting a wave of criticism across the internet.
Over the course of June, you're likely to see a wide variety of brands and products getting a rainbow makeover just in time for Pride Month.
This year’s Pride Month — which celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots — takes on heightened significance for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) community.
The scandal broke out after the bakery owners, using obscene language, declared intolerance towards LGBT clients.
A bank commercial that featured a transgender woman and several young blacks has been removed after Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro intervened.
New aggressive campaign follows withdrawal of ad depicting Tony Abbott as a lifesaver ignoring a drowning
Brazil demands respect for diversity: we will not accept attitudes and actions linked to racism, machismo, discriminations against lesbian women, gay men, bisexual men and women, transgender and intersex persons (LGBTI+), nor any other attitudes that promote hate.
“Our side concocted the ‘bathroom safety’ male predator argument as a way to avoid an uncomfortable battle over LGBT ideology, and still fire up people’s emotions. It worked in Houston a few years ago,” reads the post.
Semenya’s new Nike ad is being seen by millions, helping make her one of the world’s most visible and inspirational LGBTIQ sporting champions.
The social media giant finally removed the harmful ads that had been targeting LGBTQ users for months, but only after it was called out.
In my opinion, one of contributing factors in South Africa, is that big brands want to play it safe.
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