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Woke: New Calvin Klein Ad Features ‘Pregnant Man’

Calvin Klein featured a ‘pregnant man’ to celebrate Mother’s Day.

“Today, in support of women and mothers all over the world, we’re spotlighting the realities of new families,” Calvin Klein wrote on Instagram.

“Erika Fernandes and Roberto Bete are expecting parents from Brazil. Roberto is due to give birth to his and Erika’s son Noah any day now,” the caption said.

“We can reproduce biologically or from the heart…our place is to love and be loved,” the couple says in the ad.

Calvin Klein received backlash over its transgender ‘pregnant man’ ad campaign so they removed all ‘intolerant’ commentary.

“We embrace this platform as an inclusive and respectful environment for individualism and self-expression,” the statement read. “At Calvin Klein, we tolerate everything except intolerance — any intolerant commentary will be removed, and any accounts issuing hateful statements may be blocked.”

55 Comments
  • Gil says:

    Well, we’ll just add Calvin Klein to the boycott along with Disney, Target, Taco Bell, Netflix, and the list goes on. If enough people pay attention and purchase from a competitor that is smart enough to realize they should not be political and cater to a very small percentage of the population. We can beat this obsession with the sick and abnormal if we are aware and hurt them where it counts$$

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