The Super Bowl apparently wasn’t gay enough for some people.
The Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) filed a report about Super Bowl LVII on Sunday that stated their supreme disappointment that there was a “minimal” amount of LGBT representation in the Super bowl commercials, as well as little to no mention of intersectionality during Fox’s broadcast of the game.
Shocker: the most self-absorbed and self-regarding minority didn't see enough of itself in the big football broadcast!
“It’s unfortunate that LGBTQ-inclusive advertising was not more prevalent during the Super Bowl this year,” said GLAAD President & CEO, Sarah Kate Ellis. “Though we saw a similar quantity of representation to 2022, there was a clear lack of intersectional representation. At a time when LGBTQ rights are being put in jeopardy through harmful legislation across the country, we call on brands to leverage the audience reach and cultural impact of an event like the Super Bowl to bring LGBTQ people and issues into the mainstream conversation.”
She really said "intersectional representation," and it sounds even worse if you imagine the entitlement and whining tone of a spoiled child.
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It seems as though Ellis has forgotten that the vast majority of brands and sports leagues throughout America have been leveraging their platforms to advocate for the sexual perversion the LGBT community embraces.
Furthermore, GLAAD just days ago thanked the NFL for hosting a GLAAD-themed event, and for airing a commercial featuring Billie Jean King at halftime, perhaps the most high-profile lesbian athlete in history. But because every fourth commercial during the rest of the Super Bowl didn’t feature a purple-haired transgender, all of that support they were thankful for became meaningless. It’s never enough.
Under 20 years ago, these people were simply asking to be respected for who they are. Shortly after that, they got the government to legalize same-sex unions and then started suing Christian bake shop owners for not making a cake for their “weddings.” Now, you're a bigot and a monster if you don't want your kids watching drag shows.
Sadly for them, they weren't able to completely coopt the biggest sporting event in America.
This agenda is vile, regardless of the rhetoric these people will push on you to convince you otherwise.