By Olivia Cavallaro
Christianity Daily (not affiliated with Christianity Today)
Just six days ago, Kellogg’s limited edution “Together with Pride” cereal hit store shelves all over the U.S. painting them purple to signify the company’s latest collaboration with GLAAD or the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation media monitoring organization.
The purple-themed breakfast cereal box comes with the tagline, “boxes are for cereal, not people,” which encourages kids and kids at heart to explore one’s identity. But not all people are happy with this new initiative.
The Western Journal, via WND, accused Kellogg of selling “moral rot and perversion” to children whose households have the brand’s products as staples. The accusation is that Kellogg’s has “sexualized its cereal box” with this new initiative that aims to “create opportunities for homes and families to have conversations about the importance of acceptance, compassion and understanding, especially when it comes to LGBTQ+ youth,” as explained by GLAAD President and CEO Sarah Kate Ellis in a statement. Click here to continue reading.