Let Pepsi know you don't think their Super Bowl commercial is funny
The Pepsi Max commercial that aired during the Super Bowl should have us questioning society's acceptance of violent behavior rather than laughing at it. Such an ad would not be tolerated if it depicted a woman being harassed by her husband. Our children need to learn there is no place for violence in ANY relationship.Everyone deserves to be treated with respect!
Help us let Pepsi know how we feel!
As a passionate advocate for ending abuse, regardless of race or gender, our organization is concerned with Pepsi's nonchalant treatment of the issue. Violence within relationships destroys families and weakens our society. It should not be depicted as acceptable behavior. Our children should not be taught it's acceptable behavior! Pepsi's portrayal of abuse within a relationship as "funny" is irresponsible, and they should be held accountable for sending such a degrading message.
We are reaching out to leaders in Wisconsin, and beyond, to unite in an effort against the message Pepsi portrayed in their Pepsi Max Super Bowl commercial. Pepsi needs to recognize the role they have played in promoting abusive behavior and issue an apology for doing so. Please say you will join with us in disseminating this message and letting Pepsi know how we feel.
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