A Boycott here, A Boycott there, A Boycott everywhere

Random: You decide. Will you buy their pasta.  They aren’t refusing to hire gays.  They don’t want to put them in ads.  Are we ready for gay ads?

‘If gays don’t like it, they can choose another pasta’: Barilla pasta faces global boycott after chairman says brand would never feature a homosexual family in its ads

  • Guido Barilla says pasta brand will ‘never feature gays in ads’
  • Italian chairman said his view of ‘traditional family’ is sacred
  • Mr Barilla added if ‘gays don’t like it they can eat another pasta’


PUBLISHED: 11:18 EST, 26 September 2013 | UPDATED: 12:18 EST, 26 September 2013

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2433573/Barilla-pasta-faces-boycott-chairmans-homophobic-comments.html#ixzz2g27H7jOT
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3 Responses to A Boycott here, A Boycott there, A Boycott everywhere

  1. boycott dont buy any of their products or any of their supporters products

  2. Mark says:

    Boycott is such an ugly word. A boycott is generally something which you intend to end at some stage. I prefer to just be an active consumer. Actively choose to purchase from companies that are inline with you own set of values.
    In general we should be far more critical of companies and look to make informed choices. Personally, I don’t buy dried pasta.

  3. Nelle says:

    If you gay people think you have the freedom of speech to say what you stand for, so as all the heterosexuals who believe and defend that God created man and woman. Male and female, nothing in between. If you want your choices be respected, respect the choices of the heterosexuals also who continue to value the traditional family, composed of man-father and woman-mother with their children. I’m not judging anybody. I don’t have the right. But I believe everyone needs respect.

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