advertising

  • NEW YORK — While several Olympic sponsors have spoken out against Russia's restrictions on gay rights ahead of the Sochi Winter Games, Chevrolet is rolling out two ads during the U.S. broadcast of the opening ceremony on Friday that feature gay couples.

  • Coca-Cola made waves across the pond after officials from the soda company removed images of a same-sex couple getting married in their "Reasons to Believe" campaign.

  • Earlier this year, Nabisco’s Honey Maid created an inclusive campaign highlighting alternative families, featuring a family with two dads -- but the graham cracker company came under fire from the conservative Christian right. It looks like One Million Moms’ criticism hasn’t deterred Honey Maid from making another LGBT-friendly commercial, however.

  • It was reported last week that an unaired Taco Bell ad featuring a same-sex couple went viral after it leaked online earlier this month. But in a new statement to EDGE, Taco Bell officials say they were not behind the inclusive ad, though they pretty impressed.

  • A new Tylenol ad re-imagines artist Norman Rockwell's most infamous works with a number of diverse families, including one family with two moms who are raising their children with one of the women's ex-husband and another adult, the Huffington Post reports.