after the newspaper published a “homophobic” column on Tom Daley and husband Dustin Lance Black becoming parents. ” Centre Parcs was contacted by campaign group Stop Funding Hate, which aims to stop brands advertising in the after its ads appeared next to the column online.The piece, written by Richard Littlejohn, focused on same-sex and transgender parenting after the Olympian announced this week he and Mr Black were expecting their first child. The pressure group branded the article “homophobic” – a charge Littlejohn anticipated and pre-emptively dismissed in his piece, saying: “Before the usual suspects start bouncing up and down, squealing ‘homophobia’, don’t bother”.“I supported civil partnerships long before it was fashionable and I’d rather children were fostered by loving gay couples than condemned to rot in state-run institutions, where they face a better-than-average chance of being abused,” it said. Center Parcs said it would be removing its advertising from the newspaper “with immediate effect”.“That said, and despite the fact that countless single parents do a fantastic job, I still cling to the belief that children benefit most from being brought up by a man and a woman. “We take where we advertise very seriously and have a number of steps to prevent our advertising from appearing alongside inappropriate content,” the company said in a statement on Twitter.“What I also find slightly disconcerting is that this story was reported virtually everywhere without so much as a raised eyebrow, as if it would be impolite even to ask any questions about the parentage,” he added. “We felt this placement was completely unacceptable and therefore ceased advertising with the 1/2 We take where we advertise very seriously and have a number of steps to prevent our advertising from appearing alongside inappropriate content.We felt this placement was completely unacceptable and therefore ceased advertising with the Daily Mail with immediate effect.— Center Parcs UK (@Center Parcs UK) 16 February 2018.The Southbank Centre later announced it would no longer advertise in the newspaper following the column.
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