LGBT Supporters to Boycott

Posted: July 24, 2012 in LGBT Supporters to Boycott

THIS PAGE IS CONSTANTLY A WORK IN PROGRESS!

This is a list of companies and websites that supports the LGBT and Gay Marriage, and the list is HUGE, and keeps growing. I KNOW it’s not much, but I am kind of upset that some of the money I spend goes to the LGBT party since I in no way shape or form condone what they are about. We might not be able to boycott ALL of them, but I am sure we can make some kind of a dent. The links provided are the actual articles providing such information. Please e-mail the one/ones that affect you and tell them that you are unhappy with supporting the LGBT with the money you give them. You may or may not be able to boycott all these places, but either way it is a list to give you information if you are interested. If you know of any and would like to see them on here, please comment, leave a message, and check back frequently, as it looks this page will be updated FREQUENTLY. On a side note, I have seen some companies “accused” of supporting the LGBT, but could find no info, so they are not on here…yet.

Allstate – Fired MGR for Christian beliefs on gay marriage

Amazon – Joined other business’ to push for gay marriage

American Airlines – Offers exclusive airfare discounts to popular gay and lesbian events, vacation packages

Apple – Gave $100,000 to support gay marriage

Bacardi –  Sponsored ‘Gay’ Task Force’s radical “Creating Change” conference

Bell South –  Sponsored ‘Gay’ Task Force’s radical “Creating Change” conference

Best Buy -received a perfect 100-percent score from a pro-homosexual lobby group

Chipolte Grill –  Sponsored ‘Gay’ Task Force’s radical “Creating Change” conference

Cingular –  Sponsored ‘Gay’ Task Force’s radical “Creating Change” conference

Coca Cola – received a perfect 100-percent score from a pro-homosexual lobby group

Costco – Sponsored ‘Gay’ Task Force’s radical “Creating Change” conference

DC Comics  – Making the Green Lantern gay

Delta Airlines – Named one of Human Rights Campaign’s ‘Best Places to Work’ for LGBT Equality

Facebook

Ford –  Gave $250,000 to the “Affirmations Lesbian and Gay Community Center in the Detroit suburb of Ferndale,

Gap –  Gay-themed advertising

General Motors – One of the “Best Places to Work for LGBT Equality.”

Gerber Baby Products

Girl Scouts of America  – Endorses lesbian lifestyle and educates girls about the lesbian lifestyle

Google –  Launched a new campaign on supporting lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights around the world.

Hilton Hotels – Gay friendly hotel

Home Depot – Supports gay agenda despite massive petition/boycott

IMB

JC Penny Gay-themed advertising

Jim Henson company

Levi’s

Marriot International

Marvel Comics – Making one of the X-Men characters gay

McDonald’s

Merrill Lynch –  Sponsored ‘Gay’ Task Force’s radical “Creating Change” conference

Microsoft

MS. Magazine –  Sponsored ‘Gay’ Task Force’s radical “Creating Change” conference

National Education Association –  Sponsored ‘Gay’ Task Force’s radical “Creating Change” conference

NARAL –  Sponsored ‘Gay’ Task Force’s radical “Creating Change” conference

Nationwide

Nike

Olive Garden

Oreo

Panera Bread –  Sponsored ‘Gay’ Task Force’s radical “Creating Change” conference

Pepsico

Planned Parenthood –  Sponsored ‘Gay’ Task Force’s radical “Creating Change” conference

Proctor and Gamble

Sears

Starbucks

State Farm

Target

Ultimate Comics

United Way of Miami Dade –  Sponsored ‘Gay’ Task Force’s radical “Creating Change” conference

Walgreens

Walt Disney Company

Washington Mutual Bank –  Sponsored ‘Gay’ Task Force’s radical “Creating Change” conference

Wells Fargo –  Sponsored ‘Gay’ Task Force’s radical “Creating Change” conference

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Comments
  1. Carol Janes says:

    Marvel Comics – making one of the X-Men characters gay.
    DC Comics – making the Green Lantern gay.
    Girl Scouts of America – endorses lesbian lifestyle and educates girls about the lesbian lifestyle.

  2. Thanks for the list. It is hard to stay away from so many prominent companies, but it is a good idea to do so. Unfortunately, this list will continue to grow, like you said. I didn’t now that the Green Lantern and one of the X-Men are being made gay, which I find particularly disturbing.

    Ryan

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