Rainbow Doritos Accused Of Being “Gay Gateway Snack” And Akin To ISIS

ece1e441e73806c987dc8444c014cc793cfe5ba7Two of our most favorite things are joining forces to become one: Doritos and rainbows. But not everyone’s pleased about it.

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Popular chipmaker Frito-Lay announced this week that its teaming up with the It Gets Better Project to launch a limited-edition version of its Cool Ranch-flavored Doritos. The chips come in Pride colors: green, blue, purple, red, and orange and are branded Doritos Rainbows.

“Doritos Rainbows chips are a first-of-its-kind product supporting the LGBT community,” Ram Krishnan, Frito-Lay’s chief marketing officer, said in a press release. “Doritos the brand has stood ‘for the bold,’ and we believe there is nothing bolder than being yourself.”

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The chips are only available online when you donate $10 or more to the It Gets Better project. After making a donation, Doritos will send you the chips, free of charge, within two weeks.

Predictably, not everyone is happy with the Pride-inspired snack food. Some folks have taken to Twitter to voice their disappointment with Frito-Lay, calling the chips “sick,” “disappointing,” “ISIS,” a threat to Christianity, while urging people not to make the contribution or buy any Frito-Lay product, anywhere. Here’s what these folks have been saying: