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I was sexually and physically abused as a kid, and raped in my early 20s.I have been seeing a great therapist for the last five years, and I am processing things and feeling better than I ever have.Now, I'm not saying that Avid Life didn't spend a fortune to use those jerseys.After days of deliberation, CBS has elected not to air an ad from a gay dating site during next week's Super Bowl.As always, we are open to working with the client on alternative submissions." Hibberd reports that CBS believed Man Crunch was trying to generate free publicity by submitting an ad that was likely to be rejected."We're 100% serious," Man Crunch spokesperson Elissa Buchter said. If the ad showed a man and woman kissing it would have been accepted. If the ad doesn't air on the Super Bowl, it will air on another network.A rep for Man Crunch told Fox News that CBS said "the spot hadn't been officially approved yet" as of last week, but "all the Super Bowl spots were sold out." "Man Crunch requested the spot get reviewed anyway just in case another advertiser drops out and a spot becomes available, as often happens, and CBS agreed," the rep said.
“CBS Standards and Practices has reviewed your proposed Super Bowl ad and concluded that the creative is not within the Network’s Broadcast Standards for Super Bowl Sunday,” the official rejection letter stated.
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Update: CBS has rejected an ad from gay dating site Man Crunch, telling the site that the ad "is not within the Network's Broadcast Standards for Super Bowl Sunday.", James Hibberd reports at The Live Feed CBS released the following statement: "After reviewing the ad - which is entirely commercial in nature - our Standards and Practices department decided not to accept this particular spot.
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“We are very disappointed that in 2010 such discrimination is happening especially given the fact that Focus on the Family is allowed to promote their way of life during the Super Bowl,” the rep said.