Another day, another boycott from One Million Moms.
The socially conservative advocacy group created by the American Family Association -- designated a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center -- has launched a petition threatening to boycott Oreo and its parent company, Mondelez International, over a new LGBTQ+ ad campaign.
The campaign includes a new cookie with a rainbow filling as well as an advertisement in which parents express support for their daughter after she brings home a girlfriend (after some initial hesitation from the father).
The heartwarming ad, made in collaboration with PFLAG, encourages other rainbow families to show their pride through the hashtag #ProudParent. It also raises awareness about the nation's largest organization dedicated to rainbow families.
This campaign, alleged One Million Moms, is "pushing the LGBTQ agenda on families."
"Oreo and parent company, Mondelez International, have begun airing a gay pride commercial which has absolutely nothing to do with selling cookies," the statement read. "Mondelez International is attempting to normalize the LGBTQ lifestyle by using their commercials, such as the most recent Oreo ad featuring a lesbian couple, to brainwash children and adults alike by desensitizing audiences."
Mondelez, formerly known as Nabisco, has a bevy of popular snack brands in addition to Oreo like Chips Ahoy!, Ritz, Sour Patch Kids, Triscuit, and Wheat Thins. One Million Moms is threatening to boycott all of these brands of its parent company continues "supporting the homosexual agenda."
One Million Moms is a frequent boycotter of pro-LGBTQ+ initiatives, ranging from Hallmark to gender-inclusive Mattel dolls. The group usually fails in its calls to action. And despite its title, it has fewer than 5,000 followers on Twitter.
Support the homosexual agenda at OreoProudParent.com to learn more about the campaign. And watch the Oreo ad below.
(Related: One Million Moms Is a Secretive Antigay Group That Can't Stop Failing)