I already posted here in Cyrsti's Condo about Barilla Pasta's recent homophobic stance and I assume transphobic stance too.
In the wake of Barilla's head honcho, Guido Barilla's homophobic and sexist remarks, a boycott followed, and we were once again forced to realize that some people just refuse to see everyone as equal.
"I would never do [a commercial] with a homosexual family, not for lack of respect, but because we don't agree with them," the company chairman told Italian radio Wednesday evening. "Ours is a classic family where the woman plays a fundamental role.
However, Barilla isn't the first company to express homophobic sentiments, and sadly, they probably won't be the last either. The United States Department of Labor may have ruled that all businesses in every state must provide benefit coverage for same-sex marriages, but that doesn't mean it's going to put an end to homophobia."
Of course their are many more companies which fall into the same category and you can go here to see them. Some would be a surprise, some not.
By the way, here was my comment:
"Since transgender women and men were not mentioned here, should we assume these companies are transphobic too or are we just as invisible to them as we are to the gay and lesbian community?"
Hint**Even if you are in the closet, nothing is stopping you from steering any of your company catering away from Chick-fil-A.
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