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thisadisajoke's picture
thisadisajoke

just because famous people are gay still doesn't make it right.

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boyoboyitsfun
Activity Score 147

No one knows for sure if Shakespeare was gay. This is a stupid campaign. Not that there's anything wrong with that if he was. :-p

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shakespeare
Activity Score 10

It was only a blow job.

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elnietodeNicho
Activity Score 360

jajajajajajaja! or hahahahaha! depending where you read it.

monicamexico's picture
monicamexico
Activity Score 830

You don't need "was gay." The rainbow says it all.

Or, just use "was." Michaelangelo was. Etc.

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Flora A.
Activity Score 8

I don't like it. The idea is clear: you can be genious even being gay. But a campaign against prejudice couldn't ignore women. That's machism! Why ignore women? You could use Joanna D'arc or even Virginia Woolf for instance. But I like the attitude of this campaign.

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Matt Sniper
Activity Score 12

Nice art direction. Agree with Monica, but the ad is beautiful anyway.

teenie's picture
teenie
Activity Score 1894

We don't know if any of these people were gay. And so what if they were -- how does that help stop prejudice? "Some famous guy who died 400 years ago was gay! Stop the hatred!" How does this motivate people to change?

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Jet Propulsion Lab
Activity Score 10679

Back in his day, the word "gay" probably meant something entirely different. As in, "Little Billy was always gay especially around his male friends..."

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swat
Activity Score 355

yes, gay originally meant "happy"

Drew Ovard's picture
Drew Ovard
Activity Score 28

I don't think being funny is a good way to arouse awareness about prejudism. Gay bashing is still a major issue in the world, even more so on Latin American countries such as Brazil. Gay people are abused and sometimes killed on the Northeast States of Brazil, and are commonly treated as lesser beings in schools and when competing for job opportunities. And so many of you people here laughing about it, writing sarcastic, ass-witty remarks surely does not help gay people live their lives normally.

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shawn.roos
Activity Score 44

Looking at his tragedy to comedy ratio, Shakespeare was definitely not gay in the Elizabeathen Era sense of the word.

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What the Hell2
Activity Score 25

I agree. You don't need "was gay." The rainbow says it all.

What the Hell2's picture
What the Hell2
Activity Score 25

but it stincks anyway

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Sir Muddy Waters
Activity Score 18

WTF campaign! I hope this advertiser budget finishes as soon as possible before no man's reputation still remains untouched.

GTZT's picture
GTZT
Activity Score 6

rainbows are gay.

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hahaha1411

all these people mentioned we're already known to be gay. a man who devoted his life writing tragic comedies... gay. maybe if someone badass was labelled gay i might care. fags...

thisadisajoke's picture
thisadisajoke

just because famous people are gay still doesn't make it right.

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