Starbucks coffee cup controversy as critics say it promotes ‘gay agenda’
MCD Staff

MCD Staff

Conservatives, for the second time in the last week, are fuming over coffee. This time it involves Starbucks’ latest holiday cup that they claim features two women holding hands, and therefore is being used to promote “the gay agenda.”

The brief commercial clearly shows two women gazing into each other’s eyes while holding hands around single steaming drink.

“While people who follow both Starbucks holiday cup news and LGBT issues celebrated the video, the ordinary Starbucks customer probably didn’t realize the cup might have a gay agenda,” Buzzfeed reported.

In 2015, Starbucks’ holiday cups, a tradition since 1997, caused a stir because they were plain red and derided as being a “war on Christmas.”



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