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 is the Google Android ad, released in anticipation of all the Gay Pride celebrations kicking off around the world this summer.
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.
“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…
Target, the huge American retailer, are on of the latest company to make a stand for LGBT equal rights. This ad is for their “Made to Matter” product line, and features two gay dads with their adorable kid.
This ad from Google is promoting the latest version of its popular Android operating system, code named “Lollipop”. It features crowd-sourced footage from YouTube and includes a gay marriage proposal. See if you can spot it…
In 2013, Google+ and an association called ‘Tous Unis Pour l’Egalité’ allowed a mayor in Belgium to administer same sex marriages to French couples. Technology is changing society!