Tech news. Times Internet Limited. A spokeswoman for the ASA says it's still assessing whether to investigate, but added that "homosexuality in itself is not a breach of the code" and complaints in the past about adverts showing same-sex kissing had not prompted any action. I don't think anyone should care less about who is kissing frankly. World over in Why:
We suggest you forward this to all your family and friends letting them know of the push for homosexual marriage by Heinz American Family Association The commercial was not allowed to be shown during children's programming because of Ofcom regulations governing fat, sugar and salt content.
Having grown up in the era where homosexuality is regularly shown on screen even I thought this was a step too far. When EastEnders and children's series Byker Grove were doing this 15 or 20 years ago, that was pioneering television, he says. What's next - irony?