"I think that people like Michael Sam, Kwame Harris and Jason Collins didn't only make it OK to be an openly gay sports player, they also made it easier for gay sports fans to feel a full part of their hometown team." While I applaud the idea, the execution is lacking.
For starters, the two models look more like they're dressed more for a rugby match than a football game and should be wearing football uniforms.
), doesn’t fall into any of the typical rejection categories.
The gay dating website Man Crunch.com, which carries the tagline “Where many, many, many men come out to play,” submitted a 30-second spot that is, CBS says, still under review.And, many of those eyes will be met by a big, gay-themed ad.Dating app Scruff bought a billboard outside the University of Phoenix Stadium, just in time for the big game.Man Crunch accused CBS of discrimination saying, "If the ad showed a man and woman kissing it would have been accepted." The ad was accused of being a form of ambush marketing by analysts, who theorized that the company knew the advertisement would be rejected by CBS, thus drawing free publicity to the site without needing to pay the extremely high rates for advertising during the Super Bowl.was hacked and leaked online—comedy writer Kristen Bartlett wrote an essay for Someecards about her work in Television Standards & Practices.