Rich And Italian Doesn’t Mean You Can Openly Be A Bigot, Barilla

And The World Followed With Awesome (fake) Pro Gay Barilla Ads

One thought on “Rich And Italian Doesn’t Mean You Can Openly Be A Bigot, Barilla

  1. I don’t agree with Barilla, but until I see any Italian pasta brand or….any Italian brand put out a video with a gay family I’m not going to single out Barilla just because they vocalized their stance in response to a question. Let’s put that question out to other companies and see what’s left for consumers to buy. Cheerios buckled under pressure in the US for a mixed-race ad, so I don’t have much hope here.

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