The angry moms over at One Million Moms (the alt-right hate group that’s anti-LGBTQ and promotes 1950s gender roles) are enraged once again, this time, at Sephora. The beauty product company has released a new holiday ad titled “Holiday Gifting 2021: It’s the Beauty You Give” which features various people giving and receiving gifts from the store.
One vignette features a gay couple who (gasp!) kiss at the end of the commercial. Naturally, this offended the one million moms, who curiously only have 4,119 followers on Twitter (not exactly a million, but again, this is a group who believes that women belong in the home, so teaching the moms math probably isn’t on the group’s agenda.)
The group’s leader, Monica Cole, issued a statement on their website, stating:
Sephora’s primary customer base is women, yet the company ends the commercial with two men kissing. Promoting same-sex relationships should have nothing to do with marketing makeup and skin care products. Yet Sephora wants to make it clear where it stands on this controversial topic instead of remaining neutral in the culture war.
One Million Moms continues to stand up for biblical truth, and Romans 1:26-27 is very clear about this particular type of sexual perversion.
Fortunately, nobody listens to OMM (funded by the American Family Association). In fact, on their website, they cite their “successes” as things like “getting Once Upon a Time off the air”, despite the fact that the show was on for almost a decade, producing 7 seasons and 155 episodes, and being one of the most-watched shows of the 2010s. Once Upon a Time wasn’t “pulled from the air” because of OMM, it was simply canceled after having a long, successful run. This is to say that, threats from OMM are largely hollow and are more of a masturbatory exercise for conservatives to feel morally superior to others due to their deep desire to feel righteous, and also to appease their need to feel like they’re actually the oppressed ones in America.