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Starbucks Brews Controversy in a Holiday Cup

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It’s the holidays, and that means the weather is colder, the Christmas music is starting and yet another controversy has brewed over Starbucks’ holiday coffee cups. This year the hubbub revolves around two interlinked hands drawn on the cup, which many have said belong to two women. From there, social critics on the Right asserted that it was Starbucks’ way of pushing the “gay agenda. Of course, Social has has something to say about Starbucks’ alleged War on Christmas: the cups are cool enough, drawing 61 percent positive sentiments, including one that calls the design “sweet.” Since the “gay agenda” allegations broke, sentiments have dipped from the low-80s to where they are now, but with most comments still in favor of Starbucks holiday cheer, it’s not likely that the controversy will slow sales of eggnog lattes. –Hugo Guzman



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