Kellogg partnered with homosexualist group for All Together cereal
By Julio Severo
Kellogg partnered with Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) to bring all of its iconic cereals together in one box for the very first time and to take a stand against “bullying” — a catchphrase to advance the gay ideology.
Kellogg released on October 2019 a limited-edition variety pack that includes Corn Flakes, Froot Loops, Frosted Flakes, Frosted Mini-Wheats, Raisin Bran and Rice Krispies in the same box to celebrate Spirit Day, a anti-“bullying” campaign to promote the LGBT ideology among the youth.
The package featured all of the cereal mascots, from Tony the Tiger to Toucan Sam, and from the proceeds Kellogg made a large donation to GLAAD.
“We all belong together. So for the first time in history, our famous mascots and cereals are offered exclusively together in the same box for All Together Cereal,” Kellogg said in a statement. “It’s a symbol of acceptance no matter how you look, where you’re from or who you love. We believe that all people deserve an environment where they can be their best selves.”
While the left-wing mainstream media applauded the company for its homosexualist stance, consumers were quick to use Twitter to voice their displeasure regarding the cartoon cereal mascots being used to promote the homosexualist agenda.
I’m disappointed in our favorite cereal brand. We will be choosing a new one. My elementary kid’s cereal should not be a LGBT conversation starter. Done.
— Amy Hood (@AmyHood8611) October 18, 2019
Sodomites will certainly be ALL TOGETHER in the afterlife…
— StCasimir (@StCasimir1) October 17, 2019
So @KelloggsUS is taking a stand against bullying, by promoting a group that bully’s as much or more than anyone?? Idiotic!! Not a bigger group of force our lifestyle into your face and if you question it, than your a bigot group than the LBGTQ crowd!!
— PROUD AMERICAN (@USA50Stars) October 18, 2019
Yet, showing that they do not care about their own consumers, Kellogg said in a statement,
“At Kellogg, we are firmly committed to equity and inclusion… We have long been allies and supporters of LGBTQ [cause].”
In the same statement, GLAAD said,
“We are proud to partner with Kellogg’s again this year.”
Many consumers were not happy to fund a homosexualist group by buying cereals to their children. Obviously, they cannot force Kellogg to abandon their homosexualist engagement, but Kellog cannot also force consumers to buy their cereals to fund it.