By Geoffrey Grider,
Drag queens, for the first time, will appear in a Super Bowl advertisement. “RuPaul’s Drag Race” alumni Kim Chi and Miz Cracker will make history in a commercial for hummus brand Sabra during the football championship game Feb. 2, when the Kansas City Chiefs will face the San Francisco 49ers.
Bit by bit, the rising tide of end times darkness is wearing down the opposition in its quest to normalize that which is not normal, to promote the perverse to a culture that is increasingly unable to discern right from wrong. In addition from being repulsive to look at, drag queens are not normal, but the LGBTQ+P for Pedophile Movement will not rest until you accept them reading books to your kids, and selling you products on television. Where is the outcry from the professing Christian church, am I standing alone here?
“Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter! Woe unto them that are wise in their own eyes, and prudent in their own sight!” Isaiah 5:20,21 (KJB)
Maybe you plan on keeping your mouth shut, but I sure don’t. I will resist this garbage to my dying day, no matter what it costs, and not resist it quietly in private, either. I will post this article not only to Facebook, but to my LinkedIn where potential employers and clients can see it. (majority of professing Christians just ran screaming for the door). How about you? If you don’t you’re part of the problem, case closed.
Drag queens to make historical debut — during Super Bowl LIV
FROM NBC NEWS: In the teaser for the ad campaign, which the New York-based company posted on its YouTube channel last week, Miz Cracker clumsily attempts to put a football helmet on over her sizable wig.
“I hope this doesn’t give me helmet hair,” she says, while Kim Chi looks on skeptically.
The Sabra campaign will also feature rapper T-Pain and another reality television duo: former “Real Housewives of New Jersey” rivals Caroline Manzo and Teresa Giudice, according to AdWeek.
Bob Witeck, a longtime marketing strategist who specializes in reaching LGBTQ audiences, called Sabra’s drag ad “revolutionary.”
“FOR QUEER AUDIENCES, IT IS AN ART FORM AND AN ‘OUTSIDERS’ LANGUAGE,” WITEK SAID OF DRAG. “REACHING THE SUPER BOWL MEANS TAKING OUR LANGUAGE INTO EVERY HOME IN THE NATION AND MILLIONS AROUND THE WORLD.”
Witeck said the Sabra ad, which could reach around 100 million viewers during the Super Bowl, is indicative of a sea change in the public perception of drag, which he said has been normalized in the mainstream for many years, thanks in large part to the success of the award-winning reality show “RuPaul’s Drag Race.”
“The Super Bowl is the ultimate test, when you can take chances like this and realize that the fear of drag is nothing people imagined it to be,” he said. “It’s us telling our own joke about ourselves, with a sense of humor and authenticity … with luck, everyone laughs with us.”
In addition to the first drag queen-filled ad, Super Bowl LIV will also have the annual game’s first female and openly gay coach: Katie Sowers of the 49ers. READ MORE
Drag Queens In Sabra Hummus Super Bowl LIV Commercial
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