The Hallmark Channel pulled TV ads featuring brides kissing from its airwaves after deeming the content “controversial.” A series of six ads for the wedding planning website Zola first appeared on the Hallmark Channel on Dec. 2nd. The decision to pull the ads featuring two women kissing came after the network faced pressure from the anti-LGBTQ hate group One Million Moms.
The Hallmark Channel’s decision to remove this ad is discriminatory and especially hypocritical coming from a network that claims to present family programming and also recently stated they are open to holiday movies featuring LGBTQ characters. As so many other TV and cable networks showcase, LGBTQ families are part of family programming. Advertisers on The Hallmark Channel should see this news and question whether they want to be associated with a network that chooses to bow to fringe anti-LGBTQ activist groups, which solely exist to harm LGBTQ families.
Add your name to join the boycott of the Hallmark Channel until it reverses course and includes all families on the network.