Sunday, June 13, 2010

St. Pete's Florida Gay Pride Ads Rejected by Major Billboard Company

Clear Channel one of the largest outdoor advertisers has rejected two ads from the St. Pete's gay pride which serves the Tampa Bay, Florida LGBT community. The company has approved two current ads and has accepted ads from the organization in the past, but doesn't wish to comment on its decision to reject this set. The ads in question display a lesbian couple with the words "My Family is Free" and a gay shirtless couple saying "My Family is Fun."

Parade organizers are calling foul and suggesting that the company is rejecting the ads because it displays two same-sex couples. As a result St. Pete's Pride has pulled their other ads to make a point.



Clear Channel Outdoor can be contacted at: http://www.clearchanneloutdoor.com/contact/cf_outdoor.aspx

1 comment:

libhom said...

Clear Channel always has been an incredibly evil corporation. Remember what they did to the Dixie Chicks for standing up to George W. Bush, an anti American religious extremist illegally occupying the White House due to stolen elections?

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