A new advert from the Bank of Australia and New Zealand is encouraging gay couples to be prouder of their relationships and to hold hands more confidently in public.
The company, which is supporting this year’s Auckland Pride, say: “even in 2017, the simple act of holding hands is still difficult for some people – let’s change that and #HoldTight.”
Tide would have definitely struck a cord with this (unfortunately fake) commercial, which spoofs Kim Davis and the lingering opposition to gay marriage; it’s already garnered over 400,000 views on Facebook! Gay couples getting married aren’t the “offensive” thing here…
Gareth Thomas is one of the most successful Welsh rugby players of his generation – he is also gay. As this film shows, Gareth’s greatest fear wasn’t the opposition he faced on the pitch, it was his fear of publicly coming out.
This new ad from instant food giant Pot Noodle is not what you initially think it’s going to be . We are introduced to a young man chasing his dream of making it big in Las Vegas…apparently as a boxing champion. But there’s a twist at the end that subverts our expectations and breaks down gender stereotypes.
Burger King’s values – “being bold, empowered, accountable, meritocratic, and fun” – are rooted in equality and inclusion, and in 2014, to coincide with the San Francisco Pride events, they introduced new pride advertising in support of the LGBT community.
This new joyful ad from Dove is all about celebrating what it means to be a man and a dad. It’s made up of home videos of real men learning that they are about to become a father.
This is the Google Android ad, released in anticipation of all the Gay Pride celebrations kicking off around the world this summer.
The message behind this ad is clear to see: although we may make snap judgements about people based on appearance, deep down we all love the same, regardless of gender, race, religion, sexuality or disability. Beauty may be skin deep, but love is in our bones!
Sabra Hummus have recently come out and shown their support for the LGBT community. This ad features real-life married couple Larry Sullivan and Dave Monahan (both of whom work as actors) talking about their love of hummus and the Sabra brand.
Smirnoff’s new advertising campaign celebrates “Voguing”, defined as “taking the music, presenting your story and bringing it to the person.” Voguing accepts everyone!
India made homosexual sex acts a criminal offence in 2013, punishable by 10 years in prison, but activists are continually challenging the ruling through different media channels.
This short, emotionally-charged film from Anouk (an ethnic clothing company) is one of those companies who want the law changed.
For many gay and lesbian couples, the fight to be considered a family goes on. This ad from Tylonal shows us some of the lucky ones, including two gay dads and a lesbian couple at prom. Share your support at #HowWeFamily.
In this heartwarming ad from Wells Fargo (a bank) a lesbian couple are seen learning sign language, before nervously meeting the deaf girl they plan to adopt.
“Nobody’s Memories,” is a powerful new ad from LGBT advocacy group PFLAG Canada. It imagines the joys missed by couples who were unable to legally marry, and the wedding memories that were never made…
Gun Oil have gone all out with this ad to avoid attracting sleazeballs to their product. Although they may be selling lubricant, this is a heartfelt love story, with a very nice twist at the end!
This heartbreaking ad from Swedish Adressändring mailing company is supposed to remind those who move home to always let the government know their new address. Otherwise they could end up missing important correspondences – like a letter from a gorgeous Parisian boyfriend.
Watch this beautiful and epic montage, showing America in all it’s colours, people and places. You’ll notice that two gay fathers feature towards the end.
Jewelry retailer Michael Hill aired this 30 second spot during the Superbowl (reportedly costing them millions). In order to produce it, their creative team went out on the streets of New York and simply asked people to talk about love. The result is this heartfelt video showcasing what love means to us – in all its forms!
Hallmark, the greetings card company, are running a new campaign for Valentine’s Day called “Put Your Heart to Paper”. It features interviews with real couples who talk about what they love about each other, but without using the word ‘love’.
The Acai Brothers are back with a new cheeky promo! This time they’re out straddling bikes and horses in the raw. Where would you have your acai?