Nutella Says ‘Non’ To Lesbians In New French Campaign

Nutella Says ‘Non’ To Lesbians In New French Campaign

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News service for the gay community, Pink News, reports Nutella has banned numerous words in a new campaign.

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A French Nutella marketing campaign has banned the word “lesbian”.

“Say It With Nutella” allows users to create a custom jar of the famous chocolate spread with their own phrase, to share on social media. The site says: “Here you can create your custom messages and share them with those you love.”

However, users have discovered a long list of words the site will not allow you to use. Along with swear words, drugs, and violent terms, the site does does not allow “lesbian”, “Muslim” or “Jewish”.

Read the full article here. Lead image via Cosmopolitan.

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