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Maybelline is a leading sponsor of MTV network show that targets children and teens with homosexual and transgender content. Please send your email to Maybelline and LOreal officials.

You would think by the number of episodes that MTV devotes to including the relationship between a female to male transgender high school student and a bi-sexual lesbian student that such relationships are a common occurrence in America’s high schools.

Maybelline is a leading sponsor of MTV network show that targets children and teens with homosexual and transgender content.
 
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Many of the programs that Florida Family Association monitors and contacts advertisers regarding irresponsible content have not aired for several months.  Future email alerts will report on the shows that have stopped airing.

However, Degrassi, one of the worst shows on television, continues to air numerous times each day on the MTV owned Teen Nick channel.    Florida Family Association’s monitoring efforts and email campaigns have influenced many companies to stop advertising during Degrassi.  Some of those companies are listed near the end of this article. 

Maybelline, a subsidiary of L’Oreal is one of the very few companies that continue to support Degrassi with their advertising dollars. 

MTV is airing through their Teen Nick channel for kids episodes of the show called Degrassi which affirms and promotes the homosexual and transgender lifestyle and other inappropriate behavior to an audience of millions of young teens and children.

DEGRASSI HAS MANY EPISODES that include the relationship between a female to male transgender high school student named Adam (short hair) and a bi-sexual lesbian student named Fiona (long hair). The odds of this bizarre relationship occurring in high school are likely less than one in a million.  Yet, MTV feeds this salacious and irresponsible propaganda to an audience made up almost exclusively of young teens and children as if it were common place.

The When Love Takes Over Parts I and II episodes of Degrassi is described on TVGuide.com as "Adam (a female to male transgender character) is excited that he and Fiona (a bi-sexual, lesbian character ) are growing close."  This episode contains several scenes where Adam and Fiona kiss in a manner that is portrayed as normal and good.

The Chasing Pavements II episode of Degrassi contains graphic intimate relations between the female to male transgender character Adam and bi-sexual, lesbian character Fiona.  In one scene Fiona kisses Adam, pulls up Adam’s shirt and rubs her hand slightly above Adam’s groin.  Click here to see clips from this episode and numerous clips from other episodes showing Adam and Fiona kissing. 

The My Body is a Cage I and II episodes of Degrassi contain Adam’s official announcement that she is a male trapped in a female body.   Click here for My Body is a Cage Part 2.

 

Teen Nick has also included in Degrassi a promo for TheTrevorHelpline.org.  The promo states in part "The Trevor helpline is a free and confidential service that's open for gay and questioning youth.  Be proud of who you are.  Saving lives."  Click here to see the promoted web site.

Photo:  The Trevor Help Line promotion aired during the Beat It episode when teen Riley (pictured right) declined reparative therapy for his homosexuality.  Click here for info on Riley's (highly unlikely) casting as open gay football captain and starting quarterback.

You would think by the number of episodes that MTV devotes to including the relationship between a female to male transgender high school student and a bi-sexual lesbian student that such relationships are a common occurrence in America’s high schools.  The odds of this bizarre relationship occurring in high schools are extremely rare.  Yet, MTV feeds this salacious and irresponsible propaganda to an audience made up of almost exclusively young teens and children as if it were common place.

Degrassi's targeting of children and teens with homosexual and transgender content and promotions which encourage kids to call homosexual hotlines is irresponsible.

Some of the companies that stopped advertising during Degrassi after receiving emails from Florida Family Association supporters and the Florida Family Association office include:  3C Incorporated (Careonetoday.com); Adidas; American Legacy Foundation; Boys  &  Girls Club of Central Florida; Bridgestone Firestone North America Tire; Burlington Coat Factory; Burt's Bees Acne; Church and Dwight (Clean Shower, Nair, Orange Glo); Coca Cola (Coke, Fanta, Sprite); Colgate Palmolive; Conagra (Chef Boyardee); Corinthian Colleges; Dell; Eastman Kodak; Gamefly; General Mills (Fiber One, Multi Grain Cherios, Yoplait), General Motors (Chevy); Hewlett Packard; Horizon Group USA (Mon Bijou); Idea Village (Depilsilk); InCharge Debt Solutions; Inverness Medical Innovations  (Clearblue pregnancy test); Jarden Corp (Mr. Coffee); JC   Penney; K12; Kellogg (Frosted Flakes, Pops Cereal); Kingsisle Entertainment (Wizard101); Kraft Foods; McAfee Security; MeadWestvaco Corp. (fivestargiveaway.com, fivestarmusicinsider.com); Mylan (Myallergysurvey.com); Nationwide; Nestle; Novartis (Excedrin); Packit; Payless Shoes; Pepsico (Pepsi); Perfetti Van Melle USA (Airheads); Pure Digital (Flip Video); Research In Motion (Blackberry); Sarah Dessen; SAS Group (Dream Lash); Sears; State Farm; Stiefel Laboratory (Max Clarity); Sun Products (Snuggie); Sunny Delight (Sunny D); Sylvan Learning Center; T-Mobile USA; Target, THQ (uDraw); Travelocity; Valve Corporation (Portal 2); Wal-Mart and Zeno.

Very few new advertisers have appeared on this show during recent months in part because Florida Family Association’s monitoring effort  has  been  communicated   among  numerous marketing professionals.  The irresponsible content of DeGrassi has also deterred reputable companies from advertising on the program. 

Maybelline continues to be a leading advertising on Degrassi.  L'Oreal owns Maybelline.  The company contact information is posted below.

Florida Family Association has prepared an email for you to send to Maybelline and L'Oreal officials regarding their advertisements on the Degrassi show.

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Contact Information:

Maybelline LLC (Subsidiary of L’Oreal)
575 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10017
Phone: 212-818-1500
Fax: 212-984-4999

DGreenberg@maybelline.com
David Greenberg, President

DBertrand@maybelline.com
Damien Bertrand, Global Brand President

AGoldstein@maybelline.com
Ali Goldstein, VP Marketing

L'Oreal USA, Inc. (Parent company in USA)
575 Fifth Ave.
New York, NY 10017
Phone: 212-818-1500

FRoze@us.loreal.com
Frederic Roze, President, CEO

palabaster@us.loreal.com
Pamela Gill Alabaste, EVP Operations

L'Oreal SA (International parent company)
41, rue Martre
92117 Clichy, France
Phone: +33-1-47-56-70-00
Fax:        +33-1-47-56-86-42

jean-paul.agon@dgaf.loreal.com
Jean-Paul Agon, CEO

CMulliez@dgaf.loreal.com
Christian Mulliez, EVP Finance

cmillot@dgaf.loreal.com
Caroline Millot, Public Relations Director


Author: ffa   20121108   Category: Television  FFA: on
Tags: DeGrassi, Homosexual agenda, Maybelline, L'Oreal
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