Coca-Cola ads promoting gay tolerance stir furor in Hungary

A Coca-Cola campaign promoting gay acceptance in Budapest, Hungary, on Aug. 5, 2019. Bernadett Szabo / Reuters

By Reuters

BUDAPEST – Advertisements by Coca-Cola around a music festival in Hungary that promote gay acceptance have prompted a boycott call from a senior member of the conservative ruling party. The posters, in tandem with the week-long “Love Revolution” event starting on Wednesday in Budapest, show gay people and couples smiling with slogans like “zero sugar, zero prejudice”. […]

Elhatárolódom a Coca-Cola plakátkampányától. Amíg nem távolítják el provokatív plakátjaikat Magyarországról, addig én nem fogyasztom a termékeiket! Erre kérek mindenkit!

Posted by Boldog István on Sunday, August 4, 2019

Love is love ❤️

Posted by Coca-Cola on Sunday, August 4, 2019


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