Procter & Gamble took a gamble on how they chose to celebrate prom season and this upcoming Father’s Day holiday – but lost.
Head & Shoulders’ most recent commercial featured a girl getting ready for prom. She arrives and looks for her date. Another female comes up to her and presents her with a corsage, and then proceeds to give her a kiss on the mouth.
The lesbian commercial has aired during a Major League Baseball game on MLB TV when children are likely watching. During the game between the Detroit Tigers and the Miami Marlins, the ad aired twice in case families missed it the first time.
And in observance of Father's Day, P&G has begun airing another PC-inclusive commercial, but this ad attempts to blur the biological distinctions between male and female.
Gillette, owned by P&G, chose to honor fathers by pushing an agenda of sexual confusion instead of celebrating fathers. The commercial includes a father standing by his transgender “male son,” Samson Bonkeabantu Brown, while the son learns how to shave for the first time. Samson states that his father has stood by him during his transition in real life. "It's not just myself transitioning, it's everybody around me transitioning," Samson says.
This is portrayed as a normal occurrence and embraces the LGBTQ community by glorifying this lifestyle. The irony with their tagline, “The Best A Man Can Get,” is ridiculous. It’s called Father’s Day not trans day.
Thanks P&G, now parents have to explain this twisted scene to their confused children!
It is clear now who P&G supports. These commercials promoting the LGBTQ agenda ultimately push conservatives to P&G’s competitors.
Please sign our petition urging P&G to put a stop to inappropriate marketing campaigns and cancel the Head & Shoulders lesbian ad and the Gillette “Father’s Day” transgender ad immediately.