Superbowl ads gay dating site

"We're 100% serious," Man Crunch spokesperson Elissa Buchter said. If the ad showed a man and woman kissing it would have been accepted. If the ad doesn't air on the Super Bowl, it will air on another network.You see ads for erectile dysfunction morning, noon and night. It's not like it plays like Adam Lambert [kissing another man on the AMAs]." Original Post: CBS is considering airing an ad for gay dating site Man Crunch, Fox News reports.CBS has rejected an ad from gay dating site Mancrunch.com, telling the site that the ad "is not within the Network's Broadcast Standards for Super Bowl Sunday," James Hibberd reports at The Live Feed.

Suddenly, the two begin making out, much to the shock of a guy sitting close by.

According to a rep for the dating site, which operates under the slogan “Where Many Many Many Men Come Out to Play,” the ad was submitted on Monday, January 18th.

As always, we are open to working with the client on alternative submissions."The dating site for gay men had hoped it could fork over million or more to CBS in return for 30 seconds of air time.

Hibberd reports that CBS believed Man Crunch was trying to generate free publicity by submitting an ad they knew would be rejected."We're 100% serious," Man Crunch spokesperson Elissa Buchter said. If the ad showed a man and woman kissing it would have been accepted. If the ad doesn't air on the Super Bowl, it will air on another network.

After days of deliberations on whether to run a controversial Super Bowl ad from gay dating site Man Crunch.com, CBS has not yet reached a decision.

The 30-second spot shows two men excitedly watching the game, before their hands brush as they both reach into a bowl of chips.Update: CBS has rejected an ad from gay dating site Man Crunch, telling the site that the ad "is not within the Network's Broadcast Standards for Super Bowl Sunday.", James Hibberd reports at The Live Feed CBS released the following statement: "After reviewing the ad - which is entirely commercial in nature - our Standards and Practices department decided not to accept this particular spot.As always, we are open to working with the client on alternative submissions." Hibberd reports that CBS believed Man Crunch was trying to generate free publicity by submitting an ad that was likely to be rejected.“We still have a lot of ads we have yet to review.” Man Crunch’s submission is not the only controversial ad CBS has had to review this year.On Wednesday, the network announced that they had approved a pro-life commercial starring Florida quarterback Tim Tebow, funded by the conservative Christian group Focus on the Family, to air during the game.Man Crunch officials said they believe CBS has no intention of airing a commercial for their gay dating service, "but do not want to officially ‘reject’ the spot out of fear there may be a backlash from gay advocacy groups.” However, a representative from the network told Pop Tarts that advertising spots were still open, and was unsure where that comment originated.