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1 comments | Friday, February 25, 2011

Now this is something you don't see everyday. Apparently, Wells Fargo Bank is aware that there's black gay couples in the world and have actually included us in their marketing.

Son of Baldwin tips us to this great ad that reads:"With you when two accounts become one."

Love it!

Son of Baldwin makes this observation that even the so-called gay media consistently overlooks: "There's actually a corporation out there that acknowlegdes that two black men can be in a romantic, loving, intimate, nurturing and committed relationship with one another? "

Yes. And this isn't Wells Fargo's first time acknowledging black gay couples as they did so in 2005. Thanks for being inclusive Wells Fargo.


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Now this is what i like to see.bravo to wells fargo for bringing images like this to mainstream.i think that if more positive images of glbt folk was brought to mainstream america, alot of homophobia and biased feelings would leave folk and be replaced with understanding.

February 28, 2011 3:43 PM


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