December 26, 2004

A picture named Avis.jpgConcerned Women of America: Avis Goes ‘Gay’

Many companies have sought the business of the homosexual community, but in the latest issue of “Out Travel” the car rental company Avis tries harder. Their ad features two men in an unmistakable embrace, and the ad touts Avis’ extra benefits to homosexuals.

LA Times Article about CWA, "They Won't Stand on Common Ground": [article no longer posted]

Concerned Women for America even takes on allies on the right when they're seen as "soft":

  • it attacks its conservative comrades with the same fury it unleashes on liberals.
  • The group opposes hate crime legislation too, because it says making attacks on gays a special crime suggests the government approves of homosexuality.
  • CWA approves of lifting the Internal Revenue Service ban on churches participating in politics

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