A strange new Cottonelle commercial that includes a surprise gay twist has conservatives crapping themselves with outrage. The ad also has a straight version. Times have changed apparently.
It has been one of the most bizarre sex scandals to hit America and its ending carried that theme on. As the unfortunate senator went through the ritual of committing political suicide, a handful of protesters waved banners. He is a pervert,' read one.
This early contribution to the town eclogue genre consists of the lover's complaint of one Lydia, a bitter old maid who finds herself bereft of admirers. The textual history of this poem is complex: the version surreptitiously printed by Curll in Court Poems is that by Lady Mary Wortley Montaguapparently in collaboration with John Gay; his version reproduced here was first published in his Poems While Lady Mary claimed all of the court eclogues as her own, it seems unlikely that Gay, who had originated the town eclogue genre in "Araminta," would simply have pilfered "The Toilet" from her, and there is credible testimony from Pope that it is "almost wholly Gay's.
By Rhuaridh Marr on March 1, rhuaridh. Toilet paper manufacturer Cottonelle is being threatened with boycotts over an advert featuring a gay couple. The second spot finishes with the two men smiling and happy, safe in the knowledge that our nervous protagonist has a sparkling clean backside we presume.
Cottonelle recently released a new ad that includes a gay couple but the second spot angered some TV watchers. Recorded a movie. Make me sick.
White tile modern wall background in toilet. Gay glass mosaic texture with light in top. Table pattern for scene and backdrop.
Cottaging is a gay slang term, originating from the United Kingdom, referring to anonymous sex between men in a public lavatory a "cottage",  "tea-room"  or cruising for sexual partners with the intention of having sex elsewhere. The word "cottage", usually meaning a small, cosy, countryside home, is documented as having been in use during the Victorian era to refer to a public toilet and by the s its use in this sense had become an exclusively homosexual slang term. Cottages were and are located in places heavily used by many people such as bus stationsrailway stationsairports and university campuses.
During the past three weeks, I swear I have looked at them all. What a beauty. Where did they find that? I had in mind something that was ecologically sound, such as a dual flush model.
The toilet paper brand released a spot that feautures a gay couple using rippled toilet paper for a clean "booty," and homophobes want to boycott. Cottonelle recently dropped an ad featuring a gay male couple that has some conservatives promising to drop the brand. The spot, which began airing earlier this month, enraged some longtime homophobic fans of the toilet paper who tweeted at Cottonelle and threatened to boycott.