An ad, part of a campaign by Coca-Cola promoting gay acceptance, is seen in Budapest, Hungary, on Monday. The writing on the billboard reads: “Zero sugar, zero prejudice.” Photo: Reuters

Coca-Cola ads promoting gay tolerance spark call for boycott in Hungary

  • Ads show gay people and couples smiling with slogans like ‘zero sugar, zero prejudice’
  • According to 2018 study, nearly two-thirds of Hungarians believe gay people should be free to live as they please, up from less than half in 2002
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An ad, part of a campaign by Coca-Cola promoting gay acceptance, is seen in Budapest, Hungary, on Monday. The writing on the billboard reads: “Zero sugar, zero prejudice.” Photo: Reuters
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