Most famous for their antigay anti-JCPenney crusade, One Million Moms has taken to their Facebook page to attack a Ragu commercial — which we love! — for its implication of straight sex between two married, consenting adults:
“In the newest Ragu commercial, a young boy barges into his parents’ bedroom without knocking. We don’t see what he sees, but the cringe on his face and wide eyes tell us enough. This boy catches his parents in the act and walks away in shock. This entire ad not only makes someone lose their appetite, but Ragu is also being irresponsible in their new campaign. Instead of being helpful, it is harmful to children in the name of so-called humor. The Ragu commercial is inappropriate and tacky. The commercial has aired during the Olympics when families are likely watching. Click on link to Take Action and send Ragu (Unilever) an email letter urging them to no longer air offensive commercials and to pull their newest ‘Long Day of Childhood’ ad immediately.”
So One Million Moms is essentially mad at an innocuous sauce commercial referencing another mom doing what’s done to become a mom in the first place? Oh, mother.