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For this year's Super Bowl, Madison Avenue will serve up its traditional mix of stars and products during the commercial breaks, but there will be some surprising firsts, too. Facebook , which has been under siege by regulators, has bought an ad starring Chris Rock to promote its groups feature. Its rival Google will also air a commercial promoting how it can be used to track treasured memories. President Donald Trump and White House hopeful Michael Bloomberg will be blitzing viewers with political messages, the first from presidential candidates to air nationally at a Super Bowl.
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A Super Bowl commercial by Toyota has a decidedly gay-friendly moment. It takes a number of little things like this to lead to big progress. Sam is able to create articles like this thanks to funding from 19 patrons. About 8 seconds in a man is presented with options for a super-hot near-naked ladies couch, or a super-hot near-naked dudes couch. And he seems to be more interested in the prospect of resting his butter bumps atop a smattering of hyper-manly beefcakes. Read enough of my jibberish yet? Watch the video and let us know what you think about it in the comments below.
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In addition, Microsoft has been running ads featuring San Francisco 49ers offensive assistant coach Katie Sowers, an out lesbian who is the first woman and first openly queer person to coach in the Super Bowl. Close to million people will watch the game. Aside from that lamentable Snickers ad, in CBS rejected a shoddily-made ad for a now-defunct gay dating site called ManCrunch — not because it featured gay men kissing, but because the network found that that the kiss was depicted as a demeaning punch line. But now, Zeigler says, commercials that omit queer characters stand out more than in previous years.
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