Photo may have been deleted

Dozens of outraged customers deleted their Postmates app over the company’s “Bottom-Friendly Menu” campaign.

The controversial tweet was part of Postmate’s “Bottom-Friendly” menu campaign that includes the hashtag #EatWithPride.

“You shouldn’t miss a good meal for a good time. That’s why this Pride, we’ve teamed up with @DrEvanGoldstein and @smartthrob to create the world’s first Bottom-Friendly Menu (yup, it’s real). #EatWithPride.”

The tweet included a graphic that explained the proper diet for “tops” and “bottoms” to ensure that everyone has a good time.

“If you’re a top, it seems you can eat whatever you want,” said the narrator over an image of a masculine eggplant wearing leather and chains.

Photo may have been deleted

The narrator explained that men who are “bottoms” must be more picky about what they eat to avoid “causing a traffic jam in your digestive system making a mess of your evening.”

A Twitter follower wrote in response to the campaign:

“Honestly, this is the level of Pride other corps should strive for. If you’re not literally helping us have sex, can you really call yourself an ally?”

To which Postmates responded:

“Exactly. We’re tired of heterosexual sex being the main focus of sexual education. Homosexual sex, specifically bottoming, is all too often omitted and stigmatized. Not this year. Happy Pride!”

Offended Twitter followers deleted their Postmates apps.