Cbs rejects ad from gay dating website

So all the old material will be left here for archival purposes, with comments turned off. Thousands of singles join online dating sites every day. View photos and profiles of fun, like-minded singles. With seemingly endless options, the list below can help you find a dating site that fits your lifestyle. After reviewing Man Crunch.com's commercial for the Super Bowl, CBS rejected the ad, saying "our standards and practices department decided not to accept this particular spot." Although the Super Bowl network cited financial reasons for the rejection, the gay dating Web site believes there is more to it than their credit status, since they offered to pay cash.Astronomers for the first time traced a burst of powerful cosmic particles called neutrinos to a black hole firing like a ray gun aimed at Earth, by using an unusual observatory buried in a billion tons of ice under the South Pole.Not everything over there is fully functional yet, and the internal links still point to this blog, and will for the indefinite future.Here's the ad for the gay dating site Mancrunch that's under consideration for the Super Bowl.

And they classify the ad as commercial, not advocacy, like the Tim Tebow anti-abortion ad.

But will regulators go along—and will passengers be willing to pay?

Children are interacting with voice-activated devices like Alexa or Siri long before they can type or swipe, worrying some parents who see their 1-year-olds ordering devices around or speaking to them rudely.

It's not like it plays like Adam Lambert [kissing another man on the AMAs]."CBS was rocked by controversy when it accepted a pro-life Super Bowl ad from conservative group Focus on the Family and announced it was relaxing its standards on accepting "advocacy" ads.

The decision put a spotlight on Man Crunch.com, which submitted an ad -- titled "Playing for the Same Team" -- that depicted two male football fans making out (video here).

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