The world still has a long way to go when its comes to LGBT love. VkusVill, a Russian supermarket pulled its advertisement after receiving complaints because it featured a lesbian couple. VkusVill blamed its commercial ad on its employees calling them “unprofessional”. The supermarket also apologized to its customers for the LGBT advertisement and stated they don’t want to push social or political views in there ads.
Furthermore, the ad was said to break Russia’s gay propaganda law that bans the “promotion of nontraditional sexual relations to minors”. Read more.