Via Towleroad, here is the Super Bowl ad for the gay dating site ManCrunch that CBS will not run, despite the fact that they are letting Tim Tebow and his mom hawk a hate group that wants to rob gays and women of their rights. First of all, is this site even real? And if it is, my only problem with this ad is that it's completely unrealistic. I mean, really. How many times have you been at a Super Bowl party where you were shocked when two guys kissed? And if the site really is -- as it says in fine print on the bottom of its homepage -- for "connecting men with other men and allowing them to open up about the down low," then would the guys really be doing it in front of one of their "shocked" straight friends? And isn't calling it "on the down low" more of a black thing? (White men are Park 'n' Riders.) The fact that the service is free and came out of nowhere makes me think it's really a front for some rightwing organization trying to collect data on closeted men. Oh, wait. They already have that: they're called GOP voter registration records.