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Ford released a statement confirming that they will continue to support LGBT groups and events, and that Ford will increase its advertising presence in LGBT publications. The controversy started Dec. We are pleased with where we are.
A recent nationwide online survey conducted by GayTrendsetters. In early December the auto manufacturer decided to stop advertising in gay publications, following a boycott of the brand by the conservative American Family Association. Later that month, however, in the wake of criticism from GLBT groups, Ford reinstated its advertising in gay media.
I believe in heterosexual marriage. When asked to further elaborate, an uncomfortable-looking Ford tried to sway the topic of conversation away from sexual orientation, back to the fiscal responsibility, but after being pressed he finally stated:. We will be working together to make the City of Toronto a better place to work, play and live. We've sent an email with instructions to create a new password.
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Ford Motor faces a boycott by thousands of customers after a conservative Christian group said it had a "pro-gay" agenda. The American Family Association AFA said yesterday it had received pledges from 79, people that they will avoid the motor giant after the powerful pressure group targeted the company just three days ago. The campaign is the latest strike by Christian groups against liberal corporate policies.
Ford representatives, dealers and AFA leaders were in discussions for several months prior to the boycott. AFA chairman Donald E. Wildmon declined an interview request, but said in a statement that the original agreement between the AFA and Ford contained four conditions. First, Ford would have to cease all advertising on gay Web sites and throughout gay media outlets, including magazines, television and radio, in the U.
Enoch Lonnie Ford, 41, said he was going public with his story because he believes TBN officials breached a confidentiality agreement that was part of a settlement that provided the payment to him. Judge John M. Watson declined to issue a restraining order against The Times but suggested Ford could later face a contempt-of-court hearing.
Thomas Carlyle Ford born August 27,  is an American fashion designer and filmmaker. He launched his eponymous luxury brand inhaving previously served as the Creative Director at luxury fashion houses Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent. He rearranged furniture in the house at 6, and gave his mother feedback on her hair and shoes.