One enthusiastic little girl dancing to a popular hip-hop song, with backup from her very pregnant mom, is the latest viral hit, garnering more than 20 million plays in less than a week. The video, which was uploaded to Facebook on June 26, opens with 6-year-old Jaylyn Gregory excitedly introducing herself and her mom, Nikki Taylor. Show More Summary
One Million Moms is ever so pissing about Growing Up Trans, which debuted last night on PBS. Obviously, PBS is attempting to desensitize America's youth by airing a program starring children. This alone will entice kids to watch. The...Show More Summary
A new reality series, "Seven Year Switch," to premiere this summer, will feature four couples having serious relationship problems living and sleeping with a complete stranger to "test" their marriage. The One Million Moms group has launched a campaign to oppose the show.
What took them so long? Gay and lesbian couples are featured prominently in Tylenol's new #HowWeFamily campaign, which aims to change the face of the American family. A same sex prom couple and two gay dads with a baby are among those featured in the campaign's first TV ad. Show More Summary
Greek yogurt giant Chobani may have intended their new lesbian-themed commercial to be seen as sweet and sexy, but the clip has one famously right-wing group feeling sour. One Million Moms, best known for its failed boycott of JCPenney...Show More Summary
Nothing raises the hackles quite like the transient, transgressive delights of Greek yogurt. And should you ever produce a commercial that conspicuously slips a container of the stuff between two slinky lesbians cavorting around in 1500-thread count bedsheets, you should immediately expect the fiery condemnation of Our Lord to come down upon you with the […]
The Chobani yogurt brand released a 30-second commercial this week that features a lesbian couple naked in bed together as part of its seven-part "Love This Life" campaign, which is being protested against by One Million Mom's for it's attempt to "normalize sin" in ads that are expected to run during children's programming.
Ridiculous anti-gay headcases One Million Moms (OMM) are going apes–t crazy over a new Chobani advert featuring a lesbian couple. OMM has in the past lost all sense of reality over Disney’s Gay Days and gender-fluid superhero SheZow. On the hig… The post One Million Moms Goes Nuts Over Gay Chobani Commercial: VIDEO appeared first on Towleroad.
One Million Moms says yogurt maker Chobani 'should be ashamed' of a TV commercial that they say tries to 'normalize sin.' read more
A conservative freakout over a hot commercial
If there’s one thing God hates, it’s sin. And if there are two things God hates, it’s sin and yogurt. And if there are three things that grind His gears, it’s sin, yogurt, and steamy, sensual lesbians feeding each other Satan’s own fermented lactobacillus bulgarius. Who, O Lord, will speak for the righteous, hetero, Almighty-fearing yogurt eaters? Read more...
You knew this was coming. Chobani should be ashamed of their latest commercial for attempting to normalize sin by featuring two women naked in bed together. The newest commercial for Chobani yogurt has two nude women in bed while one lovingly strokes the other's foot. Show More Summary
Just in via email: ABC Family Channel's lineup already includes several anti-family programs, and that list continues to grow. The newest docu-series "Becoming Us" began airing Monday, June 8, at 9:00 pm ET/8:00 pm CT. The previews airing...Show More Summary
The American Family Association-affiliated organization wants FOX to cancel the new show because it "[disrespects] Christianity and [mocks] the Bible."
Right-wing Christian group declares war on Fox Devil TV show because of course.
Just in via email: TV Land calls their new program "Impastor" an irreverend new comedy. Christians are calling it disgusting! "Impastor" is a show set to air July 15 at 10:30 p.m. ET/9:30 p.m. CT that includes a man stealing someone's identity who happens to be a pastor. Show More Summary
Neil Gaiman took to his Tumbler page to respond to the recent One Million Moms petition bent on canceling Lucifer, a new television series on Fox based on Gaiman’s comic book series. The American Family Association‘s chapter of Moms feels that: The program previews mischaracterize Satan, departs from true biblical teachings about him, and inaccurately […]
The three or four moms behind the American Family Association’s “One Million Moms” are very unhappy indeed about this upcoming Fox TV show called Lucifer, whose hook is that the Prince of Darkness gets bored with ruling Hell, quits his job, and moves to Los Angeles, which presumably has more variety. Show More Summary
Comic creator reacts to opposition for his work's adaption, noting that he experienced something similar while writing "Sandman."
One Million Moms is at it again, petitioning Fox to drop their plans to produce Lucifer, a show based on the character from Neil Gaiman's Sandman.