The American Family Association is calling attention to yet another major corporation that has decided to become an advocate for the homosexual agenda. As we know, this zealotry on behalf of less than 3% of the American population is merely a pretext for the political left’s thinly-veiled anti-Christian agenda.
Gay and lesbian couples are featured prominently in a new Tylenol ad campaign; the #HowWeFamily campaign intends to “change the face of the American family.” A same sex prom couple and two gay dads with a baby are among those featured in the campaign’s first TV ad.
A voiceover declares, “Family isn’t defined by who you love, but how.”
Tylenol (which is owned by Johnson & Johnson) depicts a variety of modern family types by stating a family is based on love, not traditional marriage, and then showing gay couples with their children. Tylenol recently used a lesbian couple shown nose to nose in a printed magazine ad. It was included in Good Housekeeping June 2015 issue on page 21, to name one example. At the bottom of the ad it states that Tylenol is a national corporate partner with the Human Rights Campaign.
As Franklin Graham recently stated, “I think there is a difference between being ‘friendly’ and being a public advocate.” Companies should advertise the quality of their products; they should not be highlighting who is attracted to whom or who sleeps with whom.
These gay-inclusive commercials are attempting to desensitize viewers, thereby lulling them into acceptance of any and all measures advanced under the LGBT banner. Then, as we have seen in other countries, the civil rights of Christians and others who hold traditional values will be effectively nullified.
The AFA is asking the public to contact Johnson & Johnson through their website and urge them to “pull this inappropriate commercial immediately and remain neutral in the culture war.”