Seated in a tall-back club chair with a cardigan sweater like Ted Turner, a father in an artificially low voice says, "Last week, our son told our family that he's gay. So we're giving him a subscription to OUT
"Now Dennis will always be on the cutting edge of lesbian and gay issues," chirps an overly cheerful mom from the kitchen.
shows him what's in fashion and what's not," says the little sister as she plays with her doll.
Poised over the Thanksgiving turkey at the dinner table, the father asks, "Son, do you think your friend Julio would like to carve?"
The now-defunct ad agency that created this campy ad is the same that later created a campaign for the Gay Financial Network, gfn.com.