A puritanical hate group has accused eharmony of attempting to brainwash children over its ‘Real Love’ promotional campaign.
The advert, launched in November, contains one video that shows two women cooking together before sharing some ice cream and a kiss. The whole campaign was designed to highlight the most important and most understated parts of a romantic relationship.
‘One Million Moms’ is operated by the ‘American Family Association’ which is widely-known for its oppressive anti-LGBTQ beliefs.
According to PinkNews, the organisation published a complaint which read: “This eharmony ad brainwashes children and adults by desensitizing them and convincing them that homosexuality is natural, when in reality it is an unnatural love that is forbidden by Scripture just like love rooted in adultery is forbidden.
“I am extremely disappointed that eharmony is refusing to remain neutral in the cultural war by pushing the LGBTQ agenda on families with its most recent commercial. I urge eharmony to cancel this ad immediately.”
eharmony has so far ignored the complaint and has offered to public response to ‘One Million Moms’.
The US-based group has turned fire on countless companies over the years for using marketing materials that cover LGBTQ subjects. It most recently sought issue over an advert airing in the UK for Cadbury’s Creme Eggs, which features a male couple sharing the chocolate.
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