Proctor & Gamble's Promotion of Homsexuality


#1

Go here OneMillionMoms or OneMillionDads to sign a boycott petition.

There should be no doubt P&G is aggressively promoting the homosexual agenda. A company doesn’t create and run an ad that leaves the impression that homosexual sex is thrilling and exciting unless they support the homosexual agenda.

It should come as no surprise when P&G supports homosexual marriage. This is the company that has aggressively come out in favor of repealing the law in Cincinnati which forbids giving homosexuals special rights, but at the same time has refused to support the Ohio Marriage Protection Amendment which defines marriage as being only between one man and one woman.

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*] **Procter & Gamble created and ran an ad that showed two men (in fuzzy focus at top center of the ad) in bed after an apparent sexual encounter. The ad leaves the impression that homosexual sex is normal, thrilling and exciting, and was run in a homosexual publication called Xtra. See the ad at pgboycott.com/pgcommercialcloset.pdf
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[/list] (1) Boycott three products of P&G — Crest toothpaste, Tide detergent, and Pampers diapers. (Make sure your replacement is not a P&G product. Look on the back of the product.)

(2) Call Chairman A.G. Lafley at 513-983-1100 and politely let him know that you are participating in the boycott and will ask others to do the same.

(3) Click here to register your support for the boycott.

(4) Please forward this to your friends and family. They will have to see it to believe


#2

Most large corporations do not have their own advertising departments–they outsource. The outsourcing firms are responsible for coming up with the promotions, commercials, etc. The cupability would also fall upon the advertising firm that created the campaign. If you’re serious about boycotting because of the advertisement, find out the name of the agency that did the copy, and also boycott the other clients of the agency. If agencies didn’t come up with the ideas, or refused ideas from the corporations, then the corporations would not be able to make advertisements like these.


#3

[quote=buffalo]Go here OneMillionMoms or OneMillionDads to sign a boycott petition.

There should be no doubt P&G is aggressively promoting the homosexual agenda. A company doesn’t create and run an ad that leaves the impression that homosexual sex is thrilling and exciting unless they support the homosexual agenda.

It should come as no surprise when P&G supports homosexual marriage. This is the company that has aggressively come out in favor of repealing the law in Cincinnati which forbids giving homosexuals special rights, but at the same time has refused to support the Ohio Marriage Protection Amendment which defines marriage as being only between one man and one woman.

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*] Procter & Gamble created and ran an ad that showed two men (in fuzzy focus at top center of the ad) in bed after an apparent sexual encounter. The ad leaves the impression that homosexual sex is normal, thrilling and exciting, and was run in a homosexual publication called Xtra. See the ad at pgboycott.com/pgcommercialcloset.pdf

[/list] (1) Boycott three products of P&G — Crest toothpaste, Tide detergent, and Pampers diapers. (Make sure your replacement is not a P&G product. Look on the back of the product.)

(2) Call Chairman A.G. Lafley at 513-983-1100 and politely let him know that you are participating in the boycott and will ask others to do the same.

(3) Click here to register your support for the boycott.

(4) Please forward this to your friends and family. They will have to see it to believe
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Thanks for the heads up. I never paid much attention to laundry soap, but now I am a Tide customer. I used to use Colgate, but will now buy Crest.

I doubt I’ll call, but will send an email supporting them.

And I will forward it as you suggest.


#4

Secularism and the gay agenda continue to creep their way into our society.


#5

[quote=Ken]Thanks for the heads up. I never paid much attention to laundry soap, but now I am a Tide customer. I used to use Colgate, but will now buy Crest.

I doubt I’ll call, but will send an email supporting them.

And I will forward it as you suggest.
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Ken, Am I confused or are you? Or are you being sarcastic? :confused:

Anna


#6

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