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'One Million Moms' Throws A Fit Over Mattress Commercial That 'Glamorized' Same-Sex Couples

'One Million Moms' Throws A Fit Over Mattress Commercial That 'Glamorized' Same-Sex Couples
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The Evangelical Christian group called One Million Moms is telling their followers to sign a petition voicing their disgust over a mattress commercial that showed three same-sex couples.

The 30-second commercial is for an organic mattress and pillow company called Avocado.

In that short clip, multiple families are shown—a straight young couple, a mom with her baby, an elderly couple, a family with kids, a lesbian couple and two gay couples.

One Million Moms is claiming this advertisement has "glamorized" same-sex couples.

Their petition reads:

"Avocado Mattress should be ashamed of its commercial for attempting to normalize sin by featuring same-sex couples in bed together."
"The newest commercial for organic mattresses not only promotes same-sex relationships by including a lesbian couple and a homosexual couple who are both very much together and cuddling, but also glamorizes it by being misleading."
"The ad states, 'Love is Pure … And Natural.'"
"There is nothing pure or natural about homosexuality."
"The advertisement ends with these words: 'With enough love, we can change the world. Avocado, natural as love.'"
"Promoting same-sex relationships has nothing to do with marketing the product."
"Yet Avocado wants to make it clear where the company stands on this controversial topic, instead of remaining neutral in the culture war."
"One Million Moms continues to stand up for biblical truth, which is very clear about this particular sexual perversion (Romans 1:26-27).
"There is great concern about the way this advertisement is pushing the LGBTQ agenda especially when children are likely to be watching television."
"To make matters worse, this advertisement has aired during family viewing time."

Given the name One Million Moms, you would think their petition would be gaining more traction but it currently only has just over 13 thousand signatures.

Which makes sense, seeing as the advertisement has been praised by many people for the very reason One Million Moms hate it.

Once again, love wins.