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The 50 Gayest Ads Ever


Gay and lesbian ads come in many forms, but bisexuals only seem to be shown one way: as opportunistic sex fiends. 
 

Ikea16


Click to view YEAR: 2010
COUNTRY: Austria
AGENCY: Unknown
A fun ad with a cool twist, this Austrian spot for Ikea is one of many that seem distrustful of bisexuals.

Eclipse17


Click to view YEAR: 2007
COUNTRY: USA
AGENCY: BBDO
Admittedly, not much happens here, but it was still enough to upset the American Decency Association, which vowed to boycott the brand over its "strong allusion to lesbianism."

Yes Satellite TV18


Click to view YEAR: 2003
COUNTRY: Israel
AGENCY: McCann Erickson
Another "Can't trust a bi" ad, but Juliet seems to roll with it.

Durex19


Click to view YEAR: 2009
COUNTRY: USA
AGENCY: Fitzgerald+CO
Now this, this is just hilarious.

Amstel20


Click to view YEAR: 2002
COUNTRY: USA
AGENCY: DMB&B
This spot has sparked quite a bit debate on GLAAD's Commercial Closet forum. Several bisexuals found it positive and respectful, while others dismissed it as a male fantasy celebrating promiscuity.

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