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"Fusion" Doesn't Necessarily Mean Sex


American Family Association recently got bent out of shape by a commercial for Wrigley's Eclipse "Fusion" gum, which, according to a story on the OneNewsNow website (formerly AgapePress News Summary, and run by the Christian News Service), features "two females who appear to express a romantic interest in each other after one of them tries the gum."

"The furor over the commercial has resulted in the American Decency Association urging Christians not to buy Fusion or any other Wrigley's product," the story goes on to say. "ADA president Bill Johnson says the ad shows that the company is more concerned about appealing to the homosexual community than it is offending millions of Bible-believing Christians."

Um, guys ... it's gum, fer Chris'sakes! If you chew it, believe me, you don't have to kiss someone of your same sex if you don't want to. And despite rumors to the contrary, even the Pentagon hasn't been able to come up with a chemical that, when you breathe it or eat it, makes you gay.







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