A group working to overturn same-sex marriage in Massachusetts has apparently pressured Clear Channel to take down a gay-themed billboard  in Boston a day early. The ad, for Gay.com, had been up in Cambridge, Mass., since early April, but Clear Channel reacted to a handful of complaints made this week after a group called Article 8 Alliance posted the image on its Web site, along with Clear Channel’s phone number. “You have two men embracing, wrapped in the American flag, advertising a porno Web site,” Article 8 Alliance’s director says. “How can you get more offensive than that?” A Gay.com rep points out that the site isn’t pornographic but offers dating services, along with editorial and commercial content.
—Posted by Tim Nudd