Tobacco advertising and consumption: David Dangoor interview with NYT. As gay publications such as Genre became mainstream, they were more likely to get tobacco advertising and to become dependent on the revenue once they had it, and they were less likely to develop a critique of any advertiser, including the tobacco industry. National Center for Biotechnology InformationU. Gay readers, consumers, and a dominant gay habitus:
Out of the closet, and into never-never land.
The Onion: It's Gay to Smoke
These programs also should forge connections with tobacco control activism in other communities, and with other health activism in the gay community, such as that surrounding AIDS. We used a variety of search terms, including gay, homosexual, queer, and names of gay publications. Philip Morris took pains to emphasize that it was not targeting gays. Adult smokers includes both genders, all races and sexual preferences. No visible response resembling the anti-Uptown campaigns came from either the gay community or tobacco control advocates.
Fejes F, Lennon R. Others were more ambivalent. Philip Morris Enters the Gay Market The combination of gay self-promotion, the availability of appropriate periodicals, the increasing public awareness and acceptance of the gay community, and the desire for larger markets tempted Philip Morris to enter the market. Thus, the most effective efforts would come from within the gay community, from those who share the same status and face the same choices as those accepting or courting industry support. Philip Morris to push brand in gay media. Washington Post coverage of Genre advertising [memo]. The notes prepared for Michael A.