Which Corporations Aren’t Getting on the Marriage Equality Bandwagon?

Written by scott on March 29th, 2013

Urban OutfittersWhich corporations support marriage equality, and which ones are content to sit on the sidelines? Tumblr is forcing the issue. Queerty reports:

Others have remained silent on the issue, but a new Tumblr is forcing companies out of the closet. Brand Equality features dozens of brand logos stylized with the Human Rights Campaign’s red equal sign — giving the assumption that they support marriage equality. Brands have the option to say nothing and let the assumption ride; confirm their support; or request that their logo be removed, implying that they do not support marriage equality… these four brands asked to have their logos removed. Brand Equality has replaced their original comments (below) with the more equitable — “So, do these brands want to be removed? Or to replace the image sent in with a ‘neutral’ stance? Just let us know. This is all about transparency.”

So far, they include Exxon, Urban Outfitters, Walmart, and (of course) Chick-fil-A.

 

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