I guess Starbucks has learned nothing from the Bud Light catastrophe. Of all places in the world to push this transgender nonsense, Starbucks chose India. I can’t wait to see them try to pull this crap in a Muslim country.
NewsweekStarbucks India is facing boycott calls amid accusations of “going full Bud Light” with the recent unveiling of a new commercial featuring Indian parents meeting at one of its locations with their son who is now dressed and made up to look like their daughter. (I seriously doubt that the actress in the commercial has ever been a male)
Starbucks India is now facing a BUD Light style backlash due to an ad shared on the company’s Twitter account. The clip showed a mother and father meeting with their adult transgender daughter at a Starbucks store. The father had not seen his daughter since her transition.
While the father was depicted as struggling with his daughter’s transition, he got up to order beverages. The clip ended with the barista announcing that the drink order was ready for “Arpita,” the female equivalent of their child’s pre-transition name, indicating that he was accepting his daughter for who she is.
The video was met with a strong reaction on Twitter.
Another Twitter user suggested that such a commercial would never have been considered by Starbucks in certain areas of the world. “Western capitalism will only export these ideas where they are receptive,” they wrote. “Starbucks in Saudi, UAE and Qatar have been around for much longer than India. Yet you will never see them place such ads there.”
Responding to Starbucks India’s caption of one’s name defining “who you are,” author Shefali Vaidya wrote:
All I can say is I never go to Starbucks because I don’t like their overpriced coffee or their far-left corporate culture.
Good for India for standing up to this tranny nonsense.
Have always disliked Starbucks. I prefer Gloria Jean’s Coffee.
Dunkin’ Donuts coffee for me.
1) Starbucks can’t protect their own transgender employees
against blatant discrimination, but instead choose to sack
2) Starbucks store sacks trans worker
who accused customer of transphobia
in viral footage.
So they’re running wild, demanding recognition and if you don’t celebrate them, you’re a transphobe. Or a victim when the armed trans shows up at your school. We know why the manifesto was never released, because they’ve declared war on Christians.