Sometimes you have to stop and appreciate the abundance. When I do this, I notice and am grateful for the moment I’ve landed in, in history and society, in business, as a professional, and as a person. I am an out LGBT business owner.
A new survey from YouGov BrandIndex revealed the top 20 LGBT-inclusive brands; YouTube ranked as #1, with Netflix and Amazon.com occupying spots #2 and #3 respectively.
A cake shop in Colorado has said no to gay weddings, but marriages between dogs are an occasion to be celebrated.
It seems that Starbucks’s public support of marriage equality has left a former evangelical pastor with a bitter taste in his sermon. Conservative activist David Barton theorized that Christians couldn’t drink Starbucks because the coffee giant is “pouring money into the destruction of traditional marriage.”
Producer, tech consultant, promoter and community activist Christine De La Rosa does it all. She also gives back to the LGBT community. Now, she is launching the Eden LGBTQ Youth Foundation and expanding Eden Pride to the Pacific Northwest and Hawaii.
For the jet setter in all of us, traveling in style isn’t so cheap anymore. New company Want Me Get Me helps cut some of those costs by connecting a collection of boutique and luxury hotels around the world with chic consumers. 429Magazine interviews founder Harrison Hughes.
Another corporation joins the long list of companies supporting the repeal of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). Bud Light supported marriage equality with a new picture on Facebook which has gone viral.
Twitter may only allow 140 characters a post, but that still leaves plenty of room for hate—and in the name of free speech, the company is fine with that.
Community Business, a non-profit organization, is leading the way in guiding and shaping policies for corporations to adopt LGBT protections in Asia. Their goal is simple: to encourage companies throughout Asia to adopt policies of LGBT inclusion in the workplace.