Straight Companies Supporting Pride While Still Giving Money to Anti-Gay Groups
The other day I saw a straight toxic male D-list actor on Twitter pretending to support Pride. And a few moments later he was showing all kinds of affection for homophobic Eminem. It doesn't work that way. You cannot support LGBTQ+ people and support homophobia at the same time. We know.
This article is about large companies who pretend to support Pride because it makes them look good, while also giving money to anti-gay groups.
But a growing number of activists and lawmakers are calling those companies out for talking out of both sides of their mouths when it comes to gay rights.
Here's more. We're getting tired of it. They actually mention of few companies by name.
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