and turn the tide. Don't let the AFA pressure advertisers into bailing on gay publications!
Currently, the answer is sadly, "Yes" by 67%-33%. Here's a refresher on the antics of the AFA:
"We feel after nine years of boycotting Disney we have made our point," AFA President Tim Wildmon said. "Boycotts have always been a last resort for us at AFA, and Disney's attitude, arrogance and embrace of the homosexual lifestyle gave us no choice but to advocate a boycott of the company these last few years."
Wildmon said that, from the very beginning, the Disney boycott was about raising issues that were of concern to AFA -- especially the promotion of homosexuality in the culture and in the media. "For the first four years or so, the Disney boycott allowed us to do that in countless media outlets," he said.
The nine years of their boycott saw Disney make record profits. AFA boycotts have no real bite, but plenty of bark to scare advertisers into compliance. I know this poll is just a symbolic gesture, but sometimes small victories end up being worthwhile.