Gay groups are calling CBS homophobic for agreeing to air an antiabortion ad featuring Tim Tebow and not the ad for gay dating website ManCrunch. By changing its policy on advocacy ads, CBS invited the outrage. January 30, Working in a tough advertising climate, CBS surprised many Americans by explaining a new policy on advocacy ads after news emerged that it had agreed to show an antiabortion ad featuring Florida QB Tim Tebow and his mom, Pam. That decision caused an uproar over the ad itself, the sponsor the conservative organization Focus on the Family , and the prospect of politics seeping into a three-hour block where most Americans are trying to escape from the daily grind.
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CBS Nixes Gay Online Dating Ad for Superbowl, Accepts Pro-Life Spot
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Check out the rejection letter below. The Tim Tebow Super Bowl ad isn't the only controversial commercial on the block. Enter the ManCrunch. If you haven't already seen this second spot, we're embedding it below.
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CBS says that it changed that policy but, as Eric Lach late of The New Yorker wrote at Talking Points Memo, several organizations feel that the network forgot to tell anyone about that change except for Focus on the Family, the group that paid for the Tebow ad. But how much has changed, given that ManCrunch. CBS later also pointed to the storied tradition of ads submitted in order to be rejected.
ManCrunch, a gay dating site, hopes its first commercial will air during the Super Bowl. But if not, it'll always have YouTube. The second spot features two rival football fans who brush fingers reaching for the popcorn, which leads to a frantic make-out session. The camera pulls back to reveal a third, bewildered friend watching the commotion. ManCrunch advertises itself as "where many many many men come out to play.