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12/04/2007

AFA no fanny of either Ford's gay goods

by Jeremy Hooper

The increasingly irrelevant American Family Association is trying to resurge their failing Ford boycott by lashing out against the automaker for running an advertisement for their Volvo line in the December issue of Out magazine. And it's not just the ad itself that's ticking them off. The AFA is also offended that the Volvo placement ran opposite the below image of Tom Ford (no relation to the Mustang or Taurus) and his bare-bummed friends:

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Though personally we don't understand the AFA's outrage, as we can see that this is a nice product that surely appeals to many gays. Sizable. A smooth ride. Nice color. Allows for rear entry.

Oh, and the car's nice too.

Ford and 3 Men in a Shower [AFA Action Alert]

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