“Squirt is a platform for men to meet up,” Szatmari said. We haven’t made any decisions in that regard.” ********** Other advertising controversies on the TTC April 2012 — Religiously charged ads placed at TTC stations by a downtown Islamic centre cause a stir when they declared “There is no god but Allah.” Critics demanded they be removed but the TTC said it couldn’t take action because while the ads might offend some, they did not violate agency policy or Canadian law.
“Where they meet up is really up to them.” The cruising directory is created by men using the sit, he said. “We let our users create the content.” The company’s ad campaign first started in June and only when it expanded to subway cars throughout the system on August 31 was there a problem, Szatmari said. July 2011 — The Toronto Argos pull their new ad campaign from the TTC after Councillor Mike Layton criticized their new slogan: “Home is where the heart is.
Mancrunch's tagline is, "Where many many many men come out to play." CBS has already rejected one gay-themed ad from the game, by Go
That ad features a fictional retired footballer, "Lola," who uses his post-career riches to launch his own line of lingerie.
According to Fox News: The 30-second spot shows two men excitedly watching the game, before their hands brush as they both reach into a bowl of chips.