The advert was created to encourage Russians to vote for measures President Vladimir Putin wants to introduce via an upcoming referendum. To drive home its point, the advert shows a young boy in an orphanage. The advert is shown through the eyes of an orphanage worker who is capturing the moment on her cellphone when the child is to be introduced to his new parents. Seeing the man give the child a dress, one of the orphanage workers spits on the ground in disgust, as they watch the boy being led away.
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Whether you're single again after the end of a long-term relationship or you've been around the block a few times still on the hunt for Mr. Right, gay dating isn't easy. See also: Romancing on a budget. But don't let that be your excuse for sitting home on Saturday night watching reruns of The Golden Girls.
As seen in the video below, an ad for a gay dating site has been prohibited from appearing on television during the Super Bowl this year. The ad, for a new Gay Dating site named mancrunch. Some have said that since the Super Bowl has agreed to air a controversial anti-abortion ad from football player Tim Tebow, But others say the makers of the Mancrunch ad knew they would not make it past the censors, and submitted it to get publicity for their dating site by being rejected from the airwaves. Says one ad exec, "Once in a while, you see companies who wanna get more bang for their investment in the Super Bowl by putting on ads they know are not gonna be accepted by the standards and practices of the network