We don't buy bigotry. The president of Italy-based Barilla, the world's largest pasta producer, sparked a boycott of his famed firm Thursday after saying he would not show gay families in the firm's ads. "I would never make a spot with a homosexual family," Guido Barilla said on the Italy radio programLa Zanzara (The Mosquito) according to Italian news agency ANSA. "Not out of a lack of respect…
#BoycottBarilla. Dang! No Olympics, no pasta, no Stoli, shoot. Can't people just stop being jerks so we can go on with our lives?
After learning about Barilla's stance on LGBTQ families, I wanted to learn more about some of the other brands I eat! I called the…Read More
let's respect the woman's central role in the family, like nice condescending folk should #BarillaBoycott
"I prefer my pasta bigotry-free and served with a nice Cabernet," tweeted @4lisaguerreo.