Superbowl ads gay dating site
Biderman claims those other dating sites promote flings and brief sexual relationships, while Man Crunch is focused on long-term unions."I know this is ironic coming the founder of Ashley Madison.com," he admits, "but Avid Life understands people's needs, no matter what they are.The 30-second spot shows two men watching a football game and then they both reach for the chips.Their hands meet and they immediately begin kissing. The ad ends with a flash of the URL and the tagline: "Where many many many men come out and play." Avid Life Media, which runs adult dating websites including extramarital-affair site Ashley Madison.com, is behind the new gay male dating site."The fact that CBS approved the Focus on Family ad made us think CBS would be approving all spots from advocacy groups.
Former Heisman Trophy winner during the big game, too.
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CBS rejected an ad to run during the Super Bowl for a gay dating site called Man Crunch.com, claiming the ad didn't comply with the company's Standards and Practices department.
But Digital Journal learned the Man Crunch ad may soon be broadcast elsewhere.