Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Honey Maid redefines "wholesome" for the modern world #thisiswholesome

This is a sweet little campaign. Jumping on the bandwagon with Oreo, Cheerios and others, Honey Maid (Nabisco) is the latest brand to give mainstream validation the kind of family diversity that has become the new normal in the West:

Not exactly Earth-shattering stuff, just keeping up with the times. But that doesn't keep reactionaries like One Million Moms from ordering a boycott:
Right away it shows two men with a baby, followed by other families, and ends with different families pictured including the one with two dads. This commercial not only promotes homosexuality, but then calls the scene in the advertisement wholesome. The ad states, "Everyday wholesome snacks for every wholesome family. This is wholesome." 
One Million Moms stands up for Biblical truth which is very clear in Romans 1:26-27 about this particular type of sexual perversion. 
Honey Maid is also using the hashtag #thisiswholesome. There is concern about the way this ad is pushing the LGBT agenda, but an even greater concern is the way that they are changing the meaning of the word "wholesome."
There are more videos, showcasing the different families:

Oh, the sin! Loving families, showing more similarity than difference in their values.

The product is just a line of packaged, junk snack foods for kids. It's not exactly what I'd call "wholesome".

But the ads? (By Droga5 N.Y.) They're pretty well-intentioned. Nicely done.


  1. well... the graham crackers are 'kind of' holsum? but even those are high calorie.


  2. btw, did the million moms group also say that the ad promotes tattooage? and that tattoos are 'in der Bibel verboten'. the signage of the devilerino, for sure!