OPINION: It’s all done in the best possible taste

Hopefully, the 9 per cent of those in the ASA’s survey who object to ads showing gays and lesbians will be safely tucked up before an Aids charity’s ad featuring gay lovemaking takes to the air.

Hopefully, the 9 per cent of those in the ASA’s survey who object

to ads showing gays and lesbians will be safely tucked up before an Aids

charity’s ad featuring gay lovemaking takes to the air.



As sure as a Guildford blue-rinse, the Rubberstuffers ad will attract

protests. Yet the film handles a sensitive subject with care and it’s

clear the charity didn’t make it with the intention of provoking a

ban.



The Broadcast Advertising Clearance Centre was right to give it the

green light.



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