Its also annoying how every commercial has to include an interracial couple and a gay. I have no problems with either living among us, but the pandering is so obvious. DFWtechsan said Yeah, it's hard not to notice that. All of a sudden African-Americans and Latinos are everywhere. I don't know, it seems like this trend has been especially noticeable over the last 2 years or so.
Seriously, what's the end game off all the interracial commercials?
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Whether it's a multi-racial family having a bowl of cereal, or a man proposing to another man, television commercials are pushing the envelope when it comes to diversity. It's something you've probably already noticed, and something you may have had a strong reaction to. The question is: was your reaction to the commercial good, or was it bad? Uniformly, advertisers agree that casting the right characters is an indication of how progressive a company is.
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Hungarian version here. See also the followup article here. The mass-marketing of interracial relationships, particularly white women with black men, has become so ubiquitous and so militant, even the least observant members of our culture have begun to notice.