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08/05/2005

Homophobia Makes Strange Bedfellows: A Photo Essay

by Jeremy Hooper

A simple Google search for reactions to Tylenol PM's gay-friendly 'Advocate' ad leads to some very interesting results. We now present to you:

Bedfellows-1
'A Tale of Three Screenshots'

1.
Picture 11
c/o Focus on the Family

2.
Picture 8
c/o One Million Moms/American Family Association

3.
Picture 12
c/o The Ku Klux Klan, LLC.

Wow, the Klan showed up for this classy affair! If you disagree with the message of any or all of the above groups, we'd like to encourage you to either call (1-877-TYLENOL) or email (here) and voice your support for Johnson & Johnson's right to feature gay men in ads they run in gay publications.

Mike, thanks for the tip.

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