The decision to show Tebow in a maternity ward, wearing a white coat, and coaching a pregnant woman in labor was a bad one. Depicting famously anti-choice spokespeople as experts, or even ordinary Joes, in the arena of reproductive health is not funny. It’s disrespectful.
The Broncos lose to the Patriots. Does that mean God didn’t like His new ad?
If the Broncos make the Super Bowl, this year’s may be unwatchable.
Anti-choicers are “appalled” by the idea of donations to pro-choice groups for Tebow touchdowns this Sunday.
Will his teammates still call him a boyscout once he’s everywhere in his briefs?
It would be nice if Cannon could treat all women the way he’d like his own wife, sisters and daughters to be treated; with respect and privacy to make their own reproductive decisions.
Read the OpEd piece by Sunsara Taylor and alum Janai Garfinkel that Washington Square News editor called "offensive" and overturned the decision to publish last week.
Did Focus on the Family tease the mainstream media with a Tebow tale that was mostly fantasy?
Focus on the Family ad a snoozer and a game of “who’s racist?” It’s the Monday morning roundup!
Focus on the Family CEO says their ad contains "a bit of humor." Can you even imagine the backlash from a humerous pro-choice ad? The words unfeeling, cruel, soulless, and baby haters come to mind.