Anti-LGBT organization One Million Moms is taking a swipe at a children’s doll and a dating website for featuring lesbians, and popular chocolate eggs devoured by gay men in a springtime ad.
Famous for its admonitions when pop culture clashes with Christian values, One Million Moms attacked American Girl 2021 Girl of the Year doll.
Mattel, producer of American Girl, describes the Kira Down Under character as an Australian 10-year-old wildlife enthusiast who visits a conservation sanctuary owned by her great-aunts, Lynette and Mamie—a same-sex couple.
“In the book, Kira explains that her aunts married ‘after the law was changed to allow it,’ referring to Australian Parliament’s 2017 decision to legalize gay marriage, two years after the U.S. Supreme Court did the same,” One Million Moms explained.
“As Christians, we know that even though something is legalized doesn’t make it moral or right,” the organization said.
“Why can’t the toy manufacturer let kids be kids instead of glamorizing a sinful lifestyle? American Girl is confusing our innocent children by attempting to normalize same-sex marriage.”
The screed continued, “We must remain diligent and stand up for biblical values and truth. Scripture says multiple times that homosexuality is wrong, and God will not tolerate this sinful nature.”
Meanwhile, the group also had a problem with eHarmony—which aired a television commercial featuring a lesbian couple. “Real love is: daring to impress, being honest with each other, saying yes to great ideas,” the dating company professed in the ad.
The offense, according to One Million Moms, is that eHarmony attempts to “normalize and glorify the LGBT lifestyle by featuring a lesbian couple kissing, cooking together, and feeding each other ice cream.”
They continued, “This eHarmony ad brainwashes children and adults by desensitizing them and convincing them that homosexuality is natural, when in reality it is an unnatural love that is forbidden by Scripture just like love rooted in adultery is forbidden.”
Ironically, eHarmony is founded by Evangelical Christian Neil Clark Warren—who doubled down on his homophobia by saying the LGBT community ruined his company.
Lawsuits in New Jersey forced the company to stop discriminating against LGBT people—by creating a separate website. Not enough for advocates, eHarmony paid a half million dollars to settle a class action lawsuit in 2010 and subsequently made a full integration.
Warren called the resulting lawsuits against his company a “violation of scripture.”
Meanwhile, with Easter around the corner, Cadbury Crème eggs are being shipped around the world and television ads are hitting the airwaves. This is a special year for them as it celebrates 50 years of the famous springtime sweet.
One Million Moms does not like that their flagship television spot in Britain features two men sharing a single Cadbury Crème egg.
The group cited FOX News contributor Todd Starnes for saying he will not buy the product “filled with an unknown creamy substance and caramel” after watching the ad.
One Million Moms introduced their rant by saying their followers will not “like how the company celebrates the risen Savior.”
It calls on people to boycott the company, reminding them that “a portion of each sale goes to help finance Cadbury’s social agenda that has nothing to do with chocolates and candies.”
The American Family Association—considered an extremist group by the Southern Poverty Law Center—claims One Million Moms as an affiliate.
Advocacy group GLAAD says that its name is misleading as it is run by a single person, Monica Cole. She has been dubbed “One Meddling Mom” by her detractors.