Jim Henson Company –
Cut ties with Chick-Fil-A because of there view on gay rights.
Posted this facebook statement.
first Fortune 500 company to offer unmarried domestic partners
produced a “Legalize Gay” T-shirt in 2008.
of Referendum 71.
$100,000 to Washington Families Standing Together
in support of Referendum 71.
American Airlines - LGBTQ travel site.
domestic partner health benefits and also having an
of Referendum 71.
to the No on Prop 8 campaign and offers benefits to their LGBTQ
publicly opposes Proposition 8. Sergey Brin and Larry Page,
founders of Google, donated $140,000 to the NO campaign.
Los Angeles, CA, GAP has a billboard located downtown that reads:
GAP- BE BRIGHT- BE ONE with two homosexual men pressed together
under a shared t-shirt. One Million Moms called boycotts directed
at Gap and its affiliated stores Old Navy, Banana Republic,
Piperlime and Athleta.
Old Navy -Old
Navy celebrated 2011 gay pride by donating 10% of proceeds from the
new shirts to the ‘It Gets Better Project’.
Bezos, the founder of Amazon.com, and his wife, MacKenzie, have
donated $2.5 million to help pass a same-sex marriage referendum in
General Mills -
took a public stance on gay marriage, spoke out against a proposed
constitutional amendment that would ban same-sex couples from tying
the knot in Minnesota.
Penney’ advertising in the past year has made it perfectly clear
that they stand firmly with the LGBTQ community.
have supported marriage equality including ads in California
protesting Proposition 8
and health insurance to LGBTQ couples.
Home Depot -sponsored
the Southern Maine Pride. The American Family Association delivered
a petition with 500,000 signatures asking them to stop supporting
the LGBTQ community. Despite the backlash Home Depot continues its
policies of equality.
Walt Disney Company -Walt
lets same-sex couples use their Fairy Tale Wedding Program.
They also host the yearly Gay Days.
Looking for more gay friendly business to
The Human Rights Campaign’s 2012 Corporate
Equality Index chronicles a decade of progress in workplace
equality. 2012 marks the first year of new more stringent criteria
regarding transgender health benefits. In all, 189
participants earned the top rating of 100 percent, evidence the CEI
has helped transform the American workplace for the better over the
past ten years.
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