Gay dating site claims "discrimination" on denial of Super Bowl ad.

A gay dating site is claiming that CBS denied its air slot for Super Bowl XLIV because of its gay-oriented content.
ManCrunch.com is a dating site for gay men (courtesy of ManCrunch.com

A gay dating site is claiming that CBS denied its air slot for Super Bowl XLIV because of its gay-oriented content.

ManCrunch.com, a dating site targeted to gay men, tried to buy an ad slot but was denied after CBS told the company it had no more room, a ManCrunch spokesman told the New York Post. 

“It’s clearly a form of discrimination that we’re getting the runaround, that we’re not being told the truth,” Dominic Friesen, the ManCrunch spokesman said. “Quite frankly, there is a lot of ad space available — a lot of the companies that typically advertise during the Super Bowl are not advertising this year.”

To read more about this story and watch the ManCrunch ad, visit USA Today.

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