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Faggots Don’t Watch the Super Bowl, So Why Advertise a Faggot Site?

Know why it’s no big deal that CBS rejected the ManCrunch ad? And not just because the spot was stoooopid? Because homosexuals don’t even watch the Super Bowl, so refusing the ad was actually the television network’s way of saving the dating company some major change. Or so says Donny Deutsch, who’s actually become less relevant since getting his own television show.

Says Deutsch, the ad man-cum-television host, after making a reasonable point about the “slippery slope” about banning certain types of ads: “It’s hard to argue that it makes sense to reach a very targeted audience of gay males in America by advertising to this mass audience. So you can’t say with a straight face that that was a smart media buy, can ya?”

To which Dominic Friesen (billed as ManCrunch’s “co-creator,” but is really a PR rep for Bridge & Tunnel Marketing) responds: STFU, you stereotyping asshole.

Like, really Donnie. Really?

Of course, Friesen is also the guy behind AshleyMadison.com, the site that advertises itself to straight men in relationships who want to have an affair, so let’s not pretend he’s an upstanding member of society. Just a smart marketer. Which we might respect more.

(Don’t even get us started on commentator Dennis Prager’s comments, where he tries to paint the Super Bowl as good wholesome television for American families. Because the game is about selling beer, cars, and Danica Patrick’s breasts.)