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So the Super Bowl was kinda interesting. The halftime show was kinda meh. And the ads were kinda blah. Sure, the Tide ad was maybe sorta kinda funny. But two ads did stand out. One was the Coke ad that made history for using the “them/they” pronoun. It might seem like a little thing, but for the non-binary and gender non-confirming it’s a wonderful recognition during the biggest national televised event of the year.
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