It’s about fucking time.
Don’t just boycott a company because they’re against LGBT rights… support other companies because they support LGBT rights. The Human Rights Campaign’s annual LGBT Buyer’s Guide rates businesses on a scale from 0 to 100, based on whether or not they have policies that support LGBT employees.
The company I work for got a perfect 100. Get it Food Lion, you guys actually do something right.
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REBLOG IF YOU SUPPORT GAY PRIDE.
Especially those gay Oreos.
Also, random segue. Months ago at work our sales ad at work said something to the effect that Food Lion supported it’s LGBT customers and associates. Anyway, some dude came in and started flipping out about it. I had to call the manager before I lost my job due to gross ignorance. He said he was planning on taking his business elsewhere. My response; no loss there. Gotta love good ole fashioned southern bigotry.
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This honestly has no bearing on my life. Unless something very odd happens in my future I do not plan on marrying a man. But nonetheless, I really don’t want to live in a state where marriage is defined. It’s just ridiculous. Look at Canada, Spain, Sweden, The Netherlands. They have legalized gay marriage and are still doing pretty well. I still have some hope though. It’s people like my apathetic father who honest to God COULD NOT CARE LESS about politics who make me happy. He said he’d probably vote just so he could vote no on Amendment One cause, ‘it’s stupid.’ Reason enough for me pops. If gay people get married what is the worst that could happen? I think we’ll be alright.
I could honestly write about a hundred different things. Hmmmmm, just off the top of my head I’ll go ahead and choose marriage equality. I honestly find it baffling that we are in 2012 and gay marriage is even a legitimate issue. First of all, why is it even need to be called gay marriage? You’ve heard the remarks, I’m not ‘gay’ parking my car or having ‘gay’ lunch. If you don’t want a gay marriage, don’t get one. Secondly, the religious argument is total and utter bullshit so don’t even try to bring it up. The sanctity of marriage is your argument? Fuck that, sanctity went out the door a long fucking time ago when over 50% of straight marriages ended in divorce. So don’t try and bring up that shit. Finally, the heart wants what the heart wants. Who the fuck are you to tell me or anyone else who they can and cannot marry. (I’ll give you a hint, you’re fucking nobody). For the record, I’m straight, I would like to one day get married, and gay people getting married wouldn’t damper that. My straight parents have been married 26 years, my grandparents about 60, their relationships were in no way impacted by gays getting married. What do people honestly think will happen? I could keep going but I’ll stop. In closing, back the fuck up people. If two dudes wanna get married more power to them. If you have a problem with it, fine, that is your right as an American, but please, please, do not be an ignorant ass cunt. End of rant.