My Vine that didn’t post :-(
Don’t tell me you don’t like my hair, don’t ask me if it is my real hair, don’t ask or go without asking and touch my hair. No, fuck that, my mother spent a large sum amount for hair that makes me feel beautiful. Respect me.
If I am having a conversation with you about it and i mention any of…
A new survey conducted exclusively for BuzzFeed found that as more advertisers are featuring depictions of LGBT people in their ads, more Americans are getting on board.
Here are a couple of key points taken from the survey of 500 people:
- 80% agreed that “showing gay or lesbian people in ads simply reflects the reality of our society today”
- 60% agreed that “brands that show same-sex couples are being appropriately inclusive”
- 57% said “it’s cool when I see same-sex couples in ads”
- 40% said “TV ads are no place for same-sex couples”
- 72% said they consider brands with LGBT-inclusive ads “brave”
The article linked above explains more about the survey data, while this longer BuzzFeed article dives deeper into how brands are using inclusive advertising to reach out to more audiences. As GLAAD’s Sarah Kate Ellis said, “It’s about time my children were able to turn on the television and see families like their own represented in mainstream advertising.”
What do you think?
Think about it this way: Eventually, it’ll be a lot less than 40 percent.
Feels like it is taking forever. And then I remember it wasn’t that long ago when women weren’t allowed to vote.
One particularly bold aide said he did not believe a president should spend his time and power on lost causes, however worthy they might be, to which, it is said, President Johnson replied: “Well, what the hell’s the presidency for? What the hell’s the presidency for if not to fight for causes you believe in?”
I heard that snippet on NPR and thought… wow, the POTUS just quoted a past POTUS saying, “What the hell?!”
Don’t cry because it’s over.
Smile because they aren’t going to start forcing plot twists like sending them to Narnia and making Winnie the Pooh Ana’s uncle who wants to kill everyone.
Well, there’s that. OUATIW certainly grew on me, and the finale was perfect. I will miss it a little.