Just saw this commercial on television and smiled my ass off.

Normalization and visibility! And the ‘surprise’ isn’t played off as hokey or gimmicky: there’s nothing stereotypical about the couple. I like little things like this because they suggest that the culture is slowly shifting towards progress. 

I hope to one day see depictions of queer people of color in ads like this.

1 year ago on 20 February 2013 @ 11:54pm 79 notes
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    I love this ad. Love it.
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    YES!! Keep moving forward society. The little things c:
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    I like that the punchline sort of required him to be gay, but wasn’t that he was gay. It reminds me of this SMBC comic.
  14. memoriumactivity reblogged this from cypsiman2 and added:
    yay!
  15. alysnicole reblogged this from renamok and added:
    Such a cute commercial! Anyone who supports equal rights should see this! Four for you kindle, you go kindle!
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