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.
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!
Here’s a real life day-in-the-life story part of Nikon’s “I Am Generation Image” campaign. It features two gay black fathers, Kordale and Kaleb, their three young children, and an Instagram pic that went viral.
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.
Although they may have been saving friendships since 1971, this is officially Starbucks’ first LGBT commercial. It features the fan’s favorites queens from season six of RuPaul’s Drag Race, Bianca Del Rio and Adore Delano, who both get a little cranky when they don’t get their coffee fix…