Conkin D. February 6,4: The industry has frequently paid apparently independent spokespeople and front groups to represent it co-optand Philip Morris made donations 68 and referred reporters who called about the Genre story to the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation GLAAD. As gay publications such as Genre became mainstream, they were more likely to get tobacco advertising and to become dependent on the revenue once they had it, and they were less likely to develop a critique of any advertiser, including the tobacco industry. Philip Morris took pains to emphasize that it was not targeting gays. Find articles by Elizabeth A.
Hypotheses include the stresses of coming out and identity formation, depression, antigay victimization, 2 and a desire to fit into a subculture traditionally formed around gay bars, where both drinking and smoking are the norm.
Forty-two years after his creation, the Marlboro Man will come down from his billboards, scoreboards, doorways and double-page spreads in Sports Illustrated. Smith and R. Gay Reaction Gay leaders had a variety of reactions to the advertisements.
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