Just to prove our editor wrong, here is B&T‘s list of advertising campaigns that feature homosexual couples in ‘mainstream’ commercials. It seems that alcohol brands, fashion houses and car companies are leading the way.
With all the amazing progress for marriage equality in the United States, will we see an increase in same sex couples in mainstream advertising?
Here are some examples of brands that have already made that leap and featured LGBTQI individuals and couples in their campaign. Take that editor, please don’t fire me:
Dolce & Gabbana (2006)
Johnnie Walker (1997)
Lynx Hair (2014)
Do you have any other ads that should be added to the list? Tweet us @bandt
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