Offensive: Tebow’s Super Bowl Ad


I can see what Planned Parenthood and NOW and NARAL and all of the other “pro” women groups were so upset about. I mean…this is really offensive stuff:

If this one upset them so much I can’t imagine all of the campaigns they are about to wage against GoDaddy and 50% of the other commercials on TV that instead of celebrating life, women and family (like this offensive Tebow ad) actually do degrade, exploit and objectify women as sexual objects.

The fact that an ad like this gets orders of magnitude more attention and opposition from feminist groups tells you just about all you need to know about how warped the mainstream feminist movement has become.

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Shelly @ Sound Mind and Spirit February 8, 2010 at 9:36 am

I’m so glad you posted this too! As a woman, I’m really curious what NOW and the other groups that “support” women think we want? Because I would much rather watch a woman say she loves her family than rip off her clothes to be the “GoDaddy” girl. The crass exploitation of women was rampant this year in the Super Bowl.

proud2b4family February 8, 2010 at 10:23 am

Clearly Tim Tebow is a misogynist chauvanist who hates his mother. I mean, he tackled her right there on the screen! I saw it with my own eyes. The camera doesn’t lie!!!


Janelle February 8, 2010 at 10:25 am

All I could say about this ad was, “That was it?”

Abby February 8, 2010 at 10:40 am

Well, Pam Tebow sure can take a hit! I really thought they would mention that the doctors tried to convince her to abort Tim. I’m not really sure why all of these women groups have their panties in a twist. Warped minds, indeed!

Tony Rossi February 8, 2010 at 11:06 am

If NOW and others hadn’t made such a big stink about this ad, I think it would have passed unnoticed. So in essence, they did the pro-life movement a favor by getting it tons more publicity than it could ever have gotten itself. Focus on the Family handled the matter pretty well in that respect.

Dave February 8, 2010 at 11:23 am

This ad was so WEAK! With no mention of Tebow’s recommended abortion, there was no real message. This was a huge wasted opportunity and waste of money. “Tim’s mom loves him, how sweet. I think I’ll surf to” NOT! I bet the hits on their Web site went down, since everyone was lulled into a coma by the utter insignificance of the ad.

All he should have said was:
“Doctors recommended that my mom have an abortion. I’m sure glad they didn’t. Every child is a gift from God and deserves a chance to live.”

Manya February 8, 2010 at 5:08 pm

I also was disappointed and was left thinking…”Is that all?” If it hadn’t been for the uproar ahead of time, I wouldn’t have known it had anything to do with abortion. I wonder if it was edited in order to keep it from being controversial…?

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