McDonald’s Promotes Gay Lifestyle to Youth

McDonald’s Promotes Gay Lifestyle to Youth

In a move that will surely alienate more customers than it will recruit, McDonald’s has created an ad depicting homosexual behavior as “cool.”  The ad, scheduled to run in France, depicts a young man having lunch with his father.  While the father picks up the food at the counter, the adolescent boy is talking on the phone to his gay boyfriend who also happens to be a classmate.

So what does this ad have to do with eating at McDonald’s?   That’s a question even homosexual advocates are asking.  Some gay groups have called it “a big step forward.”  But gay activist Gary Burns doesn’t agree:    “The ad should have a more inclusive message based around tolerance and understanding for gay men and lesbians in society in general and not just in McDonald’s hamburger joints.”

The ad’s punch line of “come whomever you are” is supposedly just one of a long line of so-called lifestyle advertisements focusing on different segments of society and attempting to show that McDonald’s welcomes all.  McDonalds, however, is taking risks with their primarily family-oriented clientele who have boycotted McDonald’s in the past.

This is clearly an ad designed to show McDonald’s support for the gay agenda and to normalize and mainstream homosexual behavior among adolescents.  It also takes a side-swipe at parents by depicting a clueless father—a heterosexist father to boot—who is anything but hip and cool.  The father, of course, tossing out clichéd lines about being a “lady’s man” at his son’s age followed by his heterosexual assumptions that the son would be able to attract lots of girls if he weren’t at a boy’s school.  The father is made to look ridiculous and the young man sits there with a smug look on his face.

But homosexual behavior is anything but cool and McDonald’s has just tee’d themselves up for another boycott.  Burger King anyone?

For more information on the negative effects of homosexual behavior:

http://www.narth.com/menus/medical.html  (NARTH)

http://unitedfamilies.org/downloads/Sex.pdf   (UFI’s Guide to Family Issues:  Sexual Orientation)

4 Comments
  • garry
    Posted at 20:08h, 03 June Reply

    Mcdonalds just lost me as a customer… What a bunch of idiots running macs. What do they think, they always push this squeeky clean image and now suddenly they push perversion?? They might as well had the kid playing porn on his cell phone, same result its disgusting and I hope they pay big time.

  • umberto
    Posted at 13:48h, 04 June Reply

    it’s time to say stop to this try to be friend with everyone anytime: the gay way of life is wrong: to be married with a woman is right and beautiful: the mc donald has lost another customer: me. the mc donald has lost also the respect of themselves.

  • Diana
    Posted at 15:37h, 09 June Reply

    Down right wrong, inappropriate and a slam in the face of all parents trying to raise good, clean, upright children. McDonald’s just lost another customer.

  • Aeesay Pairo
    Posted at 16:32h, 09 June Reply

    “It also takes a side-swipe at parents by depicting a clueless father—a heterosexist father to boot—who is anything but hip and cool. The father, of course, tossing out clichéd lines about being a “lady’s man” at his son’s age followed by his heterosexual assumptions that the son would be able to attract lots of girls if he weren’t at a boy’s school. The father is made to look ridiculous and the young man sits there with a smug look on his face.” Seriously?? It’s not about making the father look ridiculous nor does it. These are the kind of statements many fathers make… maybe not mine or yours, but many do. That is also not a “smug” look on the young man’s face… it’s the uncomfortable look of him trying to go along with his father’s statement… trying not to show neither disagreement nor agreement. It’s an uncomfortable comment to hear his dad make and he’s trying not to engage it or give his father any cause to question his reaction.

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