Friday, March 20, 2015

Dolce and Gabbana Back Away From IVF Controversy

Fashion Dolce and Gabbana designers say they used the wrong words to describe in vitro fertilization.

Italian fashion designers Stefano Gabbana and Domenico Dolce are trying to distance themselves from the controversial comments Dolce made about in vitro fertilization and gay marriage.
“Maybe we chose the wrong words,” Gabbana told CNN on Wednesday in reference to a quote from an Italian magazine in which Dolce referred to children conceived artificially as “synthetic.”
When asked point blank if they support in vitro, Gabbana said, “I believe in in vitro. I don’t have anything [to say] about this.”
“I think we don’t need to support or don’t support,” Dolce said. “You think what you think.”
The pair previously told Italian magazine Panorama that children should be “born to a mother and a father,” and referred to babies born through in vitro fertilization as “synthetic children.”
Elton John called for a boycott of the brand over their remarks, but the two fashion icons say they hold no grudge against the singer.
“I don’t boycott Elton John. I love him,” Dolce said, while Gabbana voiced support for the gay community.
“We love gay couple[s],” Gabbana said. “We love gay adoption. We love everything. It’s just an expression of my private point of view.”
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Its Miss Cunt to you hoes said...

They voiced their personal opinion, which is not shared by everyone. I don't see the point in crucifying someone for their personal opinion we all have personal opinion, its not like they are advocating hate. besides D&G make some of the best fucking clothes ever!! the shit that is being "created" in the fashion industry today is a damn joke, dresses for men with the dickholes??? the garbage ass shit kanye is allowed to be entertained, goat shoes. fuck outta here!! besides both them D&G hoes are gay,not all gay people share the same philosophies and ideologies. just like hetro don't all think alike. muthafukkas too damn sensitive nowadays.

Anonymous said...

backtracking at it's finest.

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