The Super Bowl Ad that Freaked Out NARAL

Any commercial that horrifies NARAL intrigues me. Well, Doritos did it.

Now, I can't imagine watching this commercial and being offended because it humanizes the unborn. Can you imagine being that crazy? But I guess if your entire living is based on the dehumanization of the unborn, you might understand? So here's the commercial which horrified NARAL:


NARAL responded quickly with gasps and accusations of Doritos being "sexist" and "humanizing fetuses."

#NotBuyingIt - that @Doritos ad using #antichoice tactic of humanizing fetuses & sexist tropes of dads as clueless & moms as uptight. #SB50

— NARAL (@NARAL) February 8, 2016

The great Lila Rose responded:

Newsflash to @NARAL: human fetuses are human. Everyone sees it. That's why you're so upset. Your empire is crumbling

— Lila Rose (@LilaGraceRose) February 8, 2016

It gets even crazier though. CNN's Carol Costello chimes in because she was obviously worried people didn't know how biased she actually was.

So about the #SuperBowl commercials...the @Doritos ultrasound one was disturbing. What the hell happened to the fetus?

— Carol Costello (@CarolCNN) February 8, 2016

Then someone responded with some common sense:

@CarolCNN @Doritos... Uhmmm.... It was born?

— franco limentani (@francolimentani) February 8, 2016

Costello again hilariously shows her warped view of life because...well...CNN:

@francolimentani @Doritos as a tiny unformed baby?

— Carol Costello (@CarolCNN) February 8, 2016

A tiny, unformed baby? Uhm. Did she see the ultrasound? Can you imagine being offended by the image of a child in ultrasound? Nuts.

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