Skip to comments.For The First Time Ever, A Tiffany’s Ad Features A Gay Couple
Posted on 01/10/2015 10:03:11 PM PST by Steelfish
For The First Time Ever, A Tiffanys Ad Features A Gay Couple
By Peter Holley January 10
As far as Tiffany & Co. ads go, its standard fare: a chic, exceptionally attractive couple sharing a romantic moment that is captured in a beautiful black and white photograph.
This time around, the only difference is that said couple is composed of two men, making them the first gay couple ever featured in the luxury jewelers engagement campaign, according to Elle. The future husbands, who can be seen sharing a loving moment on the stoop of a brownstone, are not models, but a real-life New York couple, according to Elle.
Will you promise to never stop completing my sentences or singing off-key, which Im afraid you do often? the accompanying text says. And will you let today be the first sentence of one long story that never, ever ends?
(Excerpt) Read more at washingtonpost.com ...
The simple response among heterosexuals marriage is to boycott. Unless conservative strike back, this perversion continues.
Where possible, to buycott (pointedly shop competitors who are not involved, preferably vocally not involved).
If a firm goes looey for “gayness” it probably is not that outfit’s only vice. Maybe “gayness” is what really forces us to notice that we’ve had our noses deep in the world. But that doesn’t mean that’s when it began.
Let the companies kill their own reputations. Any ad campaign aimed at
2 % of the population while alienating at least 60 % of their customer base should be a winner.../s
Tiffany’s I hardly knew ye
their minds are tiffany twisted
Worked really well for GayCPenneys. /s
Have you seen the RENUZIT ad?
How many tiaras, diamond rings, necklaces, and earrings do faggots buy???
I’m an extremist. I wish all men were gay. except me.
Hopefully every company that supports gay scout leaders and pedophelia goes out of business....
So when Gunnery Sergeant Hartman told Private Leonard “Gomer Pyle” Lawrence to ‘start $#^++ing me Tiffany cufflinks,’ he was just ahead of his time?
“Unless conservative strike back, this perversion continues.”
Let’s face reality - conservatives are a long ways from being sufficiently emotionally invested in all social issues they claim to care about to take the type of group action required to cause any substantive change.
The type of action required is what the gays, the left, the feminists, the islamists are so good at. They unapologetically get in the face of the people that offend them. They would go to the stores and raise hell, make the owners feel unsafe, smash windows, burn down the place, risk imprisonment and life.
The islamisists take these tactics to the extreme by terrorizing their opposition - and like it or not, it works.
You won’t see any more mohammed cartoon anytime soon on the cover (or anywhere else) of any significant publication.
Even in the face of such atrocities and disrespect of the values that we hold dear, we conservatives aren’t sufficiently motivated and energized to take us out of our comfort zone and do something en mass that would stem the tide.
Perhaps someday we will - hopefully it won’t be too late.
Tiffany’s is unfortunately a trendsetter (you pay for the name on the box, my mother used to tell me), so expect others to follow suit.
I can hear the copycat ads now.
“He went down on Jarred!”
“Every kiss is really gay!”
I’d love to see a boycott, but our spineless leaders will stay quiet, no doubt.
Do you know why I never buy Tide after new year?
I just came from canada during the holidays and they had a ad running on national TV about a fudgepacker couple promoting Tide.
That’s why the left and rabid gay agenda is on the rise. Conservatives stood silent, murmured, tolerated, and then capitulated from Brittany Spears and Madonna kissing to now this. A bright line has been crossed.
What, no “Our brand removes the excess fudge better than Brand X”???
Procter and Gamble have long gone the way of libertine big corporate America.
It’s sad to watch.
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