It’s a wonder this ad ever saw the light of day, given the incredibly controversial message it sends (tongue firmly implanted in cheek). From CitizenLink:
The NCAA took a Focus on the Family ad off of its Web site after homosexual activists complained.
The print ad shows a father holding his young son. It’s titled:
Celebrate Family. Celebrate Life.
And the picture is captioned:
All I want for my son is for him to grow up knowing how to do the right thing.
The activists claimed Focus was too controversial for being pro-life, and in favor of one-man, one-woman marriage. They said that runs counter to the NCAA’s policies.
Gary Schneeberger, vice president of ministry communications at Focus on the Family, said he was “befuddled” by the NCAA’s decision.
“Have we really become a society where it’s considered distasteful and controversial for a dad to hope the best for his son?” he said. “If so, we have a lot of soul-searching to do as a nation.”
Posted in Life & Family, News Tagged with: abortion, focus on the family, gay activists, gay marriage, ncaa, pro-life