Saturday, March 28, 2009

Honda Commercial

I'm sacked out, watching Villanova and Pitt go head to head.

Commerical comes on for a Honda.

Briefly, but certainly, they show two dads and a son. No question, as they have panned from a straight couple with their kid.

Jake says to me, MOM! you gotta blog about that.

Mostly, my heart is warm that he sees the two dads. He sees their son. So many people will miss it.

He saw it all on his own.

So big kudos to Honda for an inclusive commercial.


Blogger LilliGirl said...

Wow - cool stuff.

10:00 PM  
Blogger Seda said...

Very cool - have you seen the backlash yet? The AFA's going to be calling for a boycott any second now...

11:41 PM  
Anonymous donald said...

cool, i didn't get to see the game, was over at pam and peter's for dinner and no tv there.

all i can say is, go nova! i picked them to win it all.

4:21 AM  
Blogger Sara said...

I'm sure the AFA is all over it.

Tar heels, donald. Tar Heels all the way.

9:32 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

that definitely warms my heart

11:30 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Also, I don't think the AFA will have much influence over this one, since honda put out a commercial a little while ago that had a "creepy-gay" undertone, and then changed the commercial quickly after several complaints, and letters from GLAAD [gay & lesbian alliance against defamation.]

that commercial is here:

I'm guessing this was a stab in the right direction of being inclusive and equal for them...

11:38 AM  
Anonymous donald said...

no sara, how many times do i have to tell you, it's the wild cats this year!!

9:17 AM  
Anonymous krissy said...

*sigh* i'm a little out of touch these days.... do "the gays" still believe that being a better "market" will save us? (This is the first time i've read this blog, but glancing through gay magazines the other day i sure got that impression)

10:50 AM  
Blogger Sara said...

no, I do not believe being a better market means more rights- but having children, having them see something that looks like their own family on television is a big deal.

7:24 AM  
Blogger Sue J said...

I think you're right -- it's not "being a better market", but being acknowledged as part of the market.

10:48 AM  

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