Since then the company remains about in the same standing with a Chick-fil-A opening somewhere for every one that closes.2.Urban Outfitters Urbs, as I like to call it, is so bad in so many ways.
If there's one thing that Santorum will always be remembered for is the definition of his name thanks to Dan Savage who thought the homophobic former Senator of Pennsylvania needed a lesson.
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Granted, it's not a large amount, but to support someone who is so adamantly anti-gay rights on every level does say a lot about the man behind the brand.
That same year the store also pulled an "I Support Same Sex Marriage," t-shirt from the shelves after only a week.3.
You'd think in 2013, with DOMA having been found unconstitutional, people would step into the present and accept the future.
That future being, of course, that, and you're going to want to sit down for this revelation: gay men and women are people, 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."We are very much supportive of the family — the biblical definition of the family unit.
We are a family-owned business, a family-led business, and we are married to our first wives.