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This year, the buzz over controversial Super Bowl ads isn't limited solely to Man Crunch.A pro-life ad featuring college football star Tim Tebow (and Focus on Family) will air on CBS during the big game, and the political statement has sparked online petitions calling on CBS network to withdraw it.Biderman stressed how Avid Life is now turning to plan B after the CBS rejection.It plans to "execute its media plan" by courting networks in the coming weeks.Their hands meet and they immediately begin kissing. The ad ends with a flash of the URL and the tagline: "Where many many many men come out and play." Avid Life Media, which runs adult dating websites including extramarital-affair site Ashley Madison.com, is behind the new gay male dating site.It launched last week and it reportedly has attracted 60,000 members.Man Crunch denies it’s a stunt, although there is some question as to whether the site even had the money to pay for the spot.(The site claims it spent more than 0,000 to produce the ad and has raised some million from investors.) The cost of airing a 30-second spot during the Feb. The Eye drew the ire of women’s groups earlier in the week for taking the Tebow ad, which was paid for by Focus on the Family, a Christian group.
They say they’re about faith, but only if it’s their style of faith.” It’s not just advocacy groups who are miffed with CBS. said one of its Super Bowl ads was rejected by the network because it "had the potential to offend a significant number of people." The spot, narrated by Indy racing star Danica Patrick, features a character named "Lola," an ex-football player who is "big, flamboyant, effeminate, lovable man.” “It’s the first time for me I’ve been baffled,” Go Daddy CEO Bob Parsons told the Phoenix Business Journal.
The group says its supporters have sent more than 120,000 letters to CBS and the NFL demanding that the ad be pulled from the Super Bowl broadcast.