Oreo Cookies Celebrate Pride Month with Pride Pack


    Working with the nonprofit PFLAG, Oreo created its own limited-edition “Pride Pack,” which is “covered with words of love and support from real allies of the LGBTQ+ community.”

    Oreo have been pushing the idea of corporate wokeness since 2012, when the company launched gay pride-themed Oreo cookie commercial.

    “We are excited to illustrate what is making history today in a fun and playful way,” Basil Maglaris, spokesperson at Kraft Foods wrote at the time. “As a company, Kraft Foods has a long tradition in celebrating the diversity of our society and inclusivity. We think the OREO advertisement is a great expression of our beliefs.”

    Since then, Oreo has routinely used its products to commemorate Pride Month, taking it an additional step in 2020 when it was promoting “preferred pronouns” as a gesture of respect. As Breitbart News previously profiled:

    Oreo has become the most recent business to give in to the progressive sexuality myth and argued in an open Q&A on social media that it's crucial to use “correct” pronouns when referring to someone, as it shows “respect.”

    “A loving world starts with respecting others,” the cookie maker wrote in a social media message to its 878k followers on Twitter. The tweet included a Q&A asking “Why do pronouns matter?”

    “Respect! The use of pronouns for someone's name (like they or them) appropriately indicates reverence,” the company said.

    This weekend Pizza Hut came under attack from conservatives because it promoted a book on “drag kids” for its “Book It!” reading program.


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