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Public shrugging off LGBT-affirming propaganda is part of problem

Public shrugging off LGBT-affirming propaganda is part of problem


Public shrugging off LGBT-affirming propaganda is part of problem

The real estate website Zillow is ruffling some feathers for making an ad featuring a lesbian couple, and a family-defending watchdog says the lack of response is part of the problem.

In the ad, the two women are snuggling together on the couch, flirting with each other, and find a home to buy thanks to Zillow.

Monica Cole of One Million Moms says the fact there is no longer a shock factor from such LGBT-affirming ads is why the Church must speak up.

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“These companies airing commercials on particular networks, especially during family time, is not only promoting sin but also normalizing sin,” she says. “And our children are watching.”

If more of the public would speak out, Cole says, these companies that are featuring homosexuals and lesbians in their ads would know the public does not approve. Most people, she says, don’t agree with the content but have chosen to just ignore it.

An online petition aimed at Zillow can be found here.