BREAKING: Chevrolet Debuts Two Pro-LGBT Clips As Russia’s Winter Olympics Begin
LGBT-inclusive ad for the Chevrolet Traverse (debuted during the Sochi Winter Olympics)Chevrolet has just debuted two new ads — one for the Chevy Traverse, one for Chevrolet the brand. They feature images of LGBT families and same-sex marriages, accompanied by voiceovers that say things like, “[W]hile what it means to be a family hasn’t changed, what a family looks like has.”
What’s New For Chrysler In 2014? Baby Diesels & 8.4 Inches To Play With
Things weren’t looking too good a few years back, as the entire American automobile industry was falling off a cliff. In the midst of all that, Chrysler hired Bob Nardelli, the infamous CEO of Home Depot who had a propensity to squeeze profit out of a company, even if it meant wrecking it because it was wreckable, to quote Gordon Gekko (Michael Douglas) in the movie Wall Street. Chrysler got wise and gave Bob the boot, bringing on Sergio Marchionne, who previously turned Fiat from laughable to lauded. With Chrysler, Sergio has now brought the company from bankruptcy to beatification, in a very profitable way.
We’ve Arrived: Like Uncle Sam, Chevy Tells Gays “I Want You”
Last summer, I was shocked beyond shocked when our beloved editor, Richard Read, asked me if I wanted to attend a BLTG (sandwich?) event hosted by Chevrolet in Seattle and Vancouver. I’ve never been a girl who could say ‘no’ to a man, so of course I cleared my busy calendar (brunch, shopping, tea dances, standing in line for Lady Gaga tickets) to attend.
Chrysler, Ford, GM, Nissan, Toyota, VW Ace HRC’s 2014 Corporate Equality Index
The war is far from won, but there’s no denying that 2013 has been a banner year for LGBT Americans and our many, many allies. In legislatures, city councils, courtrooms, and board rooms, people on both sides of the political divide have acknowledged that LGBT rights are simply human rights: the right to love who we want, the right to equal benefits under the law, the right to walk down our city streets without fear of harassment.
A Down-And-Dirty Recap Of The 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show
To be honest, the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show felt a bit light on excitement. Even the brand-new models felt a tad stale and complacent. That’s not to say it was all bad, as there were some interesting tidbits of note. Here are some candid thoughts on some of the featured cars at the LA Auto Show…
How To Ask Your Senior Mom Or Dad For Those Car Keys
Author George Bernard Shaw once said, “Youth is wasted on the young”, and we know exactly what he means. Just about the time you get your head together, your body starts falling apart.
LGBT Activist: Volkswagen Refuses To Condemn Russia’s Homophobic Laws Because It’s Afraid Of Hurting Sales
Over the past couple of years, Russia has enacted laws to silence “LGBT propaganda”, and it’s justified such legislation with flawed sociological studies. Unfortunately, these laws are written so vaguely that no one really knows what counts as “propaganda”. President Putin says that there is no discrimination against Russia’s LGBT citizens, but can they hold hands in public? Can they kiss? Can they declare their love in any way, or is that breaking the law?
BREAKING: General Motors Boosts Benefits To All Legally Married Same-Sex Couples, No Matter Where They Live
According to an email from General Motors, “GM will recognize a legal marriage no matter the state of residence. For example, if a GM employee residing in Michigan, where same-sex marriage is not recognized, got married in New York, GM would recognize that marriage.”
Neiman Marcus Spotlights $344,000 Aston Martin Vanquish Volante In Christmas Catalog
All I want for Christmas is that $344,000 Aston Martin Vanquish Volante featured in this year’s Neiman Marcus Christmas catalog!
Where Should Car Makers Put Their LBGT Ad Dollars? Big Bang, Vikings
But since there aren’t any totally gay scripted shows on mainstream TV (even LOGO), where should automobile manufacturers go if they want to reach around the hetero market for the Big Gay Prize?