Buttigieg warns against 'censoring difference' after Hallmark Channel pulls ads with **** couple

TheHill | 12/15/2019 | Rebecca Klar
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South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg, a Democratic presidential candidate, criticized the Hallmark Channel’s decision to pull four TV ads featuring a **** couple after a petition by a conservative group.

“Families are built on love—no matter what they look like,” Buttigieg, the first openly gay Democratic presidential candidate, tweeted Sunday.

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The channel pulled four ads for wedding planning website Zola featuring brides getting married and kissing after conservative group One Million Moms, a branch of the American Family Association, posted a petition claiming the commercial was not “family friendly.”

“Being ‘family friendly’ means honoring love, not censoring difference,” Buttigieg said.

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