Members of One Million Moms, a faith-based advocacy group tied to the American Family Association, is furious over a Chobani yogurt ad featuring lesbians in bed and is calling for the company to pull the TV commercial now airing in the U.S.
The ad shows a woman in bed eating the yogurt, stroking the foot of a companion laying beside her, and then standing and wrapping the sheet around her naked body before leaving the room. It’s then the viewer is shown the other nude person in the bed is not a man, like one would expect, but a woman. She smiles and the camera reveals she’s wearing a wedding ring.
One Million Moms says the ad promotes sexual sin, as well as homosexual marriage.
“Chobani should be ashamed of their latest commercial for attempting to normalize sin by featuring two women naked in bed together,” the group wrote. “This commercial not only promotes same-sex relationships by including two lesbians, but also same-sex marriage because the two women wear matching wedding bands.”
Meanwhile, the narrator sings in the background, “To love this life is to live it naturally,” and posts the text over a shot of the ocean water and beach.
“There is nothing natural about homosexuality,” One Million Moms wrote. “What does selling yogurt have to do with gay sex? Nothing at all, but Chobani wants to make the association.”
The group then references a biblical passage, Romans 1:26-27, to support its view of homosexuality as a sin, and asks for similarly outraged Americans to call the company to petition for the ad’s removal.
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