Companies get even ‘gayer’ as U.S. economy plummets

Hard to believe but Somerville is linking to a WorldNutDaily article

Despite an economy languishing in high unemployment and low consumer confidence, more American companies are jumping on the bandwagon to provide support for homosexual and transgender employees.

More than 300 firms have now received perfect 100 percent scores in this fall’s Corporate Equality Index, produced annually by the Human Rights Campaign which ranks businesses on their “treatment” of employees who have chosen homosexual, lesbian, bisexual and transgender lifestyles.

The list, which saw a 20 percent increase this year in the number of perfect scores, includes newcomers such as theater giant AMC Entertainment, Costco, Delta Air Lines, Food Lion and General Mills.

Now obviously, all Gawd-fearin’ real he-man xians will want to avoid coming close to any of these “pro-homo, anti-marriage” companies so Ed Brayton has released a guide for those folks.

How to Avoid the Gay Agenda

This is quite a problem for groups like the American Family Association, who have made quite a public scene with their attempts to boycott Ford because they advertise their cars in gay magazines and have a policy of not firing gay people just for being gay. But since there are now more than 300 major corporations that, like Ford, score a perfect 100 for their gay-friendly policies, how does a bigot avoid unwittingly supporting one of them and thus helping to advance the “radical gay agenda”? You’ve come to the right place for advice. Here’s a brief list of some of the things you can’t do.

Read the rest at Ed’s Place

No need for thanks, I’m just doing ‘Gawd’s work’

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