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Feminists Outraged at Dolce & Gabbana ‘Gang Bang’ Ad

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Fashion designers Dolce and Gabbana have drawn the ire of LBGT activists, celebrities, weathermen, IVF proponents, and athletes in the days following their Panorama magazine interview, and now it looks like feminists are joining in.

Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana, former lovers, who previously came out against gay marriage, despite being themselves homosexual, said this week: “We oppose gay adoptions. The only family is the traditional one. No chemical offsprings and rented uterus: life has a natural flow, there are things that should not be changed.”

Mr. Dolce continued to describe IVF children as “synthetic,” and from a “rented uterus,” with “semen chosen from a catalog.”

Almost immediately following the publication of the interview, singer Elton John pledged a boycott of the company’s products. Other stars soon joined him online.

According to Page Six, the duo’s brand is now facing a boycott from angry feminists, who are sharing their outrage at a D&G fashion ad, which depicts what looks like an impending 4-on-1, male on female orgy.

Three men look on as their shirtless counterpart pins down a supple young woman in a swimsuit and heels.

Fashion publicist Kelly Cutrone has taken to Twitter to share her outrage:

“These guys are destructive,” Cutrone told Page Six. “You can’t tell someone they are a synthetic human being…I literally was in shock. I thought, ‘Holy f–k, these guys are crazy. These guys are against IVF, but they are for gang bangs.”


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