The conservative U.S. group One Million Moms is at it again. This time, the group is taking issue with a new advertising campaign for a popular candy.
The controversial right wing group is criticizing the makers of Skittles for its newest TV advertisement featuring a particularly amorous walrus. In the commercial, one woman walks in on another who is making out with a walrus who resembles her boyfriend.
Skittles, known for its mildly bizarre ad campaigns, isn’t really at fault. One Million Moms is the same group that protested JCPenny’s recent choice of Ellen DeGeneres as its new celebrity spokesperson. The group demanded JCPenny drop the outed gay talk show host or the group would boycott shopping at their chain of department stores. JCPenny more or less ignored the group, as should Skittles.