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San Francisco is many things to many people. To us, geeks, the city is synonymous with hot technology startups that challenge the status quo and strive to change the world. But if you’re a lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT), San Francisco has a much deeper and more personal meaning as it’s home to some of the most vibrant LGBT community on the planet.

Because Apple has always pushed for equality in workplace, it’s really no surprise that the leadership team is encouraging its employees to march in the annual San Francisco LGBT Pride Parade

As reported by Zac Hall of 9to5Mac, an internal memo distributed internally has confirmed that any employee wishing to represent the fruity company at San Francisco’s annual LGBT pride parade next month, along with their family members, will be treated to company-provided breakfast and T-shirts at a base camp for registered attendees.

Apple is a workplace with zero tolerance to abuse stemming from a person’s sexual preference, color or creed.

This starts at the CEO level.

Back in December 2013, for example, Apple’s boss Tim Cook pulled for LGBT rights during his Auburn Lifetime Achievement Award speech.

“In addition to finding a company and a founder unlike any other, I found at Apple a company that deeply believed in advancing humanity through its products and through the equality of all of its employees,” he told the crowd.

“Now much has changed since my early days at Apple, but these values, which are at the very heart of our company, remain the same.”

He then issued an open letter urging Congress to approve Employment Nondiscrimination Act (ENDA) and penned an editorial in The Wall Street Journal pushing the effort, here’s an excerpt.

As we see it, embracing people’s individuality is a matter of basic human dignity and civil rights. It also turns out to be great for the creativity that drives our business. We’ve found that when people feel valued for who they are, they have the comfort and confidence to do the best work of their lives.

Apple’s anti-discrimination policy goes beyond the legal protections U.S. workers currently enjoy under federal law, most notably because we prohibit discrimination against Apple’s gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender employees. A bill now before the U.S. Senate would update those employment laws, at long last, to protect workers against discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.

The CEO, himself a very private person, last month took to Twitter to voice his own personal support for the legislation, urging the House to “mark the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act by passing ENDA”.

  • Jeremy

    Yet another reason to love Apple! LGBT rights are human rights.

  • El Matador

    So sorry. Had to. Much love for the LGBT

  • Anonymous

    I agree, another great reason to support Apple, when a company can find the balance between profits and humanity, that is a company I can gladly support, and proudly at that!

  • F P

    What if you’re invited but decline? Will you get fired?

    • Ninja Banana

      “Any employee wishing to represent the fruity company”… ‘Wishing’ is an option, no they will not get fired.

  • Nesly Lacroix

    Can’t agree! Homosexuality is SIN!

    • Jeremy

      You have your personal beliefs but one thing is for sure that in this country we have a duty to uphold our equal protection clause and ensure the separation of church and state because this is a secular government and we are not a Christian nation so we must respectfully disagree with your views because the majority now support marriage equality and workplace equality. Good day/night sir/mam.

      • Nesly Lacroix

        Wrong! The majority does not support homosexuality. Almost everywhere this issue has been put for a vote, the people has voted to uphold traditional marriage between a man and a woman.

      • Matt

        Oh need to go and get a life. The Bible in Romans 10:13 says that “Fot anyone who calls on the name of The Lord will be saved”
        God loves us all whether you believe in him or not, whether your gay or not, African-American or Caucasian, no mater how many sins you’ve commuted he still loves you you just have to ask for forgiveness then in Romans 10:9 the Bible states “That if you confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved.”
        So bro don’t say that being gay is a sin we all are God’s children and I am not here to present the gospel or anything I’m here to tell you that you are the one that is wrong! You are the one that is naive and the one that is ignorant so if you personally are against LGBT shut up and get a life.
        It’s not even about Christian nation or not true there will be people who will say its a sin but that is not true, my father being a pastor supports LGBT and has tought me many life changing things!

      • Nesly Lacroix

        Matt, you just displayed your ignorance of the Bible. It equates sodomy as the sin of idolatry and divination. If a homosexual sincerely repents and asks God for forgiveness, he / she will be forgiven and washed by the blood of Jesus. But he cannot continue in that lifestyle.

      • Ninja Banana

        Stupid buddhists!

      • Jovani Hernandez

        So wait how does you’re father explain this verse in the bible, or does be skip it? Lev. 20:13:

        “If a man also lie with mankind, as he lies with a woman, both of them have committed an abomination: they shall surely be put to death; their blood shall be upon them.”

      • Nesly Lacroix

        Well said.

      • Ninja Banana

        Thanks bro, well said.

      • People are not born gay. How many people I know were gay then became bi and are now straight. I bet you know many too. But something tells me you won’t admit it.

      • Drake Miller

        Then, those people you know are sick.
        I, as a gay, cant get attracted to girls, never ever.

      • Joe

        Why would people make a choice to be gay?

      • Jeremy

        Nearly a decade ago but opinions have been shifting in the United States and may I remind you that just in the 2012 ballot, I believe it was 3 or 4 states that put the decision on the ballot and all favored gay marriage. Don’t use data or statistics from nearly a decade ago because they are no longer valid in 2014.

      • Rowan09

        I was going to leave this alone but comments people are posting is just wrong. The Bible clearly states homosexuality is a sin among others, this notion that people are born this way is just a lie and excuse. We all have the ability to sin and choose to be gay or lesbian if we choose. Currently pedophiles got a law passed by Congres which states that pedophilia is a sexual orientation just like heterosexuality and homosexuality, remember orientation has nothing to do with having sex just an attraction. The can of worms we are opening up will lead to pedophiles working in day cares, schools, etc since we cannot deny employment on race, religion, orientation, etc. Soon people will want to marry animals and once they have the money and backing it will be a law. Saying homosexuality is wrong isn’t my words its in the Bible, so before shooting me down you’re pointing the blame in the wrong direction.

      • MacGuru17

        The Bible is not law for anyone who chooses not to follow and read it. To non-Christians and non-religious people, it’s just a really old book.

      • Rowan09

        It doesn’t need to be law for everyone, but without the Bible all things are acceptable. The Bible is real and authentic so whether anyone believe it or not doesn’t affect it’s value or authenticity. I know you would agree that the laws passed by politicians are just and has no basis. What makes stealing really wrong? What makes lying really wrong or even killing? Without the Bible these issues are just based on popularity and can be right if it becomes popular.

      • Joe

        It is only in your opinion that the Bible should be considered authentic. You’re just spewing your opinions. We don’t need the bible to help us determine what is right from wrong or guide us in the way of what is a human right. I’m not saying everything the bible says is not Authentic, but it isn’t fair for people to be forced to abide by laws that derive from religious ideas. If anything, why is the government calling the shots on what concerns the church? Let the priest decide whether or not he will wed two men or two women. If the priest is okay with it, why should the government care? It isn’t their right to control what the church is or isn’t provided to do – in this case – Gay Marriage.

      • Rowan09

        I’m sorry you are wrong. I don’t make something authentic, it’s not an opinion when something is a fact. I can believe 1+1= 3 but no matter how much I believe it is true doesn’t mean it’s true. You say let the priest decide, but why are they forcing acceptance on us, let the people vote and gay marriage wouldn’t even be allowed in most states. We don’t need the Bible for a basis on what’s wrong or right so tell me how do you define wrong or right? Is wrong or right a cultural thing? If we accept homosexuals we must also accept all other sexual orientations like pedophilea (someone that is attracted to kid but doesn’t break the law), beastiality, etc. We should be tolerant of every orientation no matter how perverse it is.

      • Jovani Hernandez

        True anyone can publish a book, but who can tell the future with so much precision as the bible does, God himself says his word will never die, people have tried to get rid of the bible but it’s still here and it shall never perish, the bible is the living word of God

      • Carlos Gomes

        “Saying homosexuality is wrong isn’t my words its in the Bible”.
        According to your creepy book it would be totally cool for me to sell my daughter, as well as MURDERING her if she disobeys me.

        Are you really sure that you want to guide yourself throughout that disgusting piece of crap?

      • Rowan09

        Lies. When you speak about the Bible it’s good to give verses because your lack of understanding can be clarified. There is a difference between cultural rules and laws that has nothing to do with culture so don’t mix the two. It’s not my “creepy book” because I didn’t write it. The Bible is only the most authentic book ever written and that’s independent of Christians saying its true. Good try but try again. Stealing is now right so let’s start the trend, raise some funds and you’ll see its that easy to get laws passed backing peoples obsessions.

      • jack

        most homosexuals (like you) hate the bible and are the main group of hiv-infected people

      • Carlos Gomes

        Awww, how cute he thinks I’m gay, just because I’m not as narrow-minded and brainwashed as he is…
        35% of HIV-infected people are black, should we hate those as well, my dear ignorant person?

      • People have been brainwashed via Hollywood. about 25 percent were for gay marriage 20 years ago. Now its at 50%. Why? Because almost every movie/tv show has gays in them and they are always portrayed as the hero/funny/cool/and most of all successful. Christians are the most persecuted of all groups of people in the US and worldwide. Hollywood portrays Christians as weird/dumb and never in a good light.

      • Should also include man and woman born that way. Just because you get part of your body surgically removed and you start dressing like a woman doesn’t make you a woman. Your DNA still clearly says you are a dude.

      • Rowan09

        If you read the amendment it has nothing to do with separation of church and state. The reason it was written was that Congress can’t decided or pass laws dictating a religion like it was when America was controlled by the British which was a Catholic country. It’s about Congress not the wrongfully quoted lie of separation of church and state. If you study American history you will see that most of the forefathers were Christians.

      • Jeremy

        Last I checked I want to marry the man I love. I don’t want to get it on with a freakin horse. They said the same about interracial marriage that it would lead to people marrying animals and and pedohpiles marrying kids but guess what? Those arguments are flawed and easily thrown out the window. Most of the founding fathers were deist, not Christian. But why do you worry so much about dictating the lives of others you don’t even know instead of focusing on the more important things at hand like ending rape, genocide, and other horrible atrocities? Why not focus on bringing the divorce rates down instead of making others lives miserable just because you don’t like same-sex marriage? When you have a solid argument then bring it forth.

      • Rowan09

        My argument is very solid just because you have a bias you say it’s not. I care for everyone that’s why I care about people commiting sin. I know gay people and I don’t have any ill feeling towards them, just like I wouldn’t have any ill feeling towards anyone else. Saying homosexuality is wrong doesn’t mean you hate the people but I don’t hate anyone and I wouldn’t hate people I don’t know. If you look at the big picture it’s about where society is heading. If you study how crime went up in schools after taking out prayer, etc, you’ll see that the social issues will affect my daughters life in the future. It would be selfish of me to care less when I have a 10 year old who’s going to live in this country where popular votes makes wrong right.

      • Jeremy

        Let’s get a few things clear here.

      • Rowan09

        You are not seeing the big picture. Marry who you want even though I don’t agree, it’s your choice. Divorce is higher against Christians compared to everyone else so I’m aware of the statistics. What I’m saying is where does it end? Men marrying men and now the pedophila movement is starting as well. How can anyone especially homosexual supporters bash pedophiles (by pedophiles I’m speaking of virgins since orientation is about attraction and not necessarily sexual acts)?

      • Jovani Hernandez

        Wait God established marriage for a man and a woman, and now you want to participate in it and corrupt it how does that work marriage is a religious tradition

      • Jovani Hernandez

        Not a Christian nation? According to Princeton 77% percent of the population claims to be Christian this nation was founded on bible principles, by Christians

      • Jeremy

        If you mean we are a Christian nation in the sense that a majority of it’s citizens are Christians then yes, we are a Christian nation in that sense but we were not founded upon the values of the bible because most of the founding fathers were deist and not Christian.

      • Jovani Hernandez

        Religious Affiliation
        of U.S. Founding Fathers# of
        Founding
        Fathers% of
        Founding
        FathersEpiscopalian/Anglican8854.7%Presbyterian3018.6%Congregationalist2716.8%Quaker74.3%Dutch Reformed/German Reformed63.7%Lutheran53.1%Catholic31.9%Huguenot31.9%Unitarian31.9%Methodist21.2%Calvinist10.6%

        I think you should do some more research before you make claims

      • Jeremy

        Please explain to me why the Treaty of Tripoli, under Article 11, it says “As the Government of the United States of America is not, in any sense, founded on the Christian religion” which was also signed by president John Adams?

      • Jovani Hernandez

        The Barlow translation is at best a poor attempt at a paraphrase or summary of the sense of the Arabic . . . . Most extraordinary (and wholly unexplained) is the fact that Article 11 of the Barlow translation, with its famous phrase, ‘the government of the United States of America is not in any sense founded on the Christian Religion,’ does not exist at all [in the Arabic]. There is no Article 11 [in the Arabic]. The Arabic text which is between Articles 10 and 12 is in form a letter, crude and flamboyant and withal quite unimportant, from the Dey of Algiers to the Pasha of Tripoli. How that script came to be written and to be regarded, as in the Barlow translation, as Article 11 of the treaty as there written, is a mystery and seemingly must remain so. Nothing in the diplomatic correspondence of the time throws any light whatever on the point.

      • Rowan09

        Yes do some research because the first Bible translated into English was written by Congress and Public schools were originally set up to spread the Word of God. I didn’t make these things up, just google it and you’ll see.

    • Jovani Hernandez

      So is lying

    • ehX

      I’m glad to see there are still some people here like you who stand up and say the truth. =)

      • GodLovesGays

        Here’s a truth for you: All the bibles in the world are never going to stop people from being gay. We’re never going to go away and we’re never going to live the way you want us to. NEVER. Get over it and get a life of your own. It’s really nice to not hate.

    • Drake Miller

      If you’re gay then you won’t say that.
      God made gay people gay, they can’t get attracted to the opposite sex, how would they live their life if homosexuality is a sin?
      Think again.

      • Aara Noronha

        I agree. Gay people are powerless to stop their attraction for the same gender. We should all understand them and accept them for who they are.

      • ehX

        I’ve heard that they recently discovered a gay gene. If that is true, it is just like clinical depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, etc.

        It’s a mental disorder. One that you have to try and overcome. It would be easier if psychology didn’t say it was natural and yadda yadda, but God doesn’t leave people stranded and he loves everyone – gay, bi, or straight. You shouldn’t just give in to sin because you’re gay. You have to fight it.

      • Drake Miller

        The gay gene doesn’t exist, google it again, its more likely to be in DNA, however, I don’t need to fight it, I’m just ok with it.

    • GodLovesGays

      Like you’ve never sinned. See you in he double hockey sticks, sweetie.

      • Nesly Lacroix

        You are living a lie. GodLovesGays cannot be more untrue. Your father the Devil is proud of you. You are doing his work.

      • GodLovesGays

        You are the one living a lie. A lie told to you by rich white men to whom you give money, no doubt. There is no god or devil. There is only life and it’s sad to see people like you wasting it on crap like religious extremism. Why hate on others you don’t like? It only make you a sick, sad person. You’ve spent a whole afternoon saying hateful, evil things, denigrating millions of humans and, for what? Are you happier now? Richer? Does Jesus want to die again for you? No. You’ve just wasted time being sad. Pathetic. Get a life and get over yourself. You are not that special, hon.

  • asdlb4

    Great. First Google, now Apple! Why does all this gay sh!t keep getting shoved in my face by tech companies???

    • Nesly Lacroix

      Yep. And they want us to accept it whether we want to or not. That’s their definition of tolerance. “You need to think as we do.”

      • ehX

        Exactly. It’s really funny how I ignore my friends who post on Facebook pro-gay statuses/pictures, but the second I post something anti-gay they attack me and then defriend. I’m more open-minded than they are, I just STILL disagree with homosexuality.

      • Progressives are the least tolerant people you will ever meet. They are radical and aggressive. Glad more people noticed

      • GodLovesGays

        This difference is our post are about love and happiness and yours are about hate and oppression. People like love and happiness. They don’t like hate and oppression. Get it?

      • GodLovesGays

        I can tolerate your ignorance and your bigotry, even your twisted views about life. What I can’t tolerate is you denying me the equality guaranteed to me by my government. I am a citizen of this country and I am equal to you. All the screeching in the world isn’t going to change that.

    • Jeremy

      Maybe because nearly everyone knows someone who is LGBT whether they’re out of the closet or not. And also because it’s a sime sense of what’s right and wrong and what’s wrong is denying people equal rights and equal protection under the law.

      • ehX

        Sorry, but everyone is equal with their rights. I’m a man and can’t marry another man. The same law applies to all men. Women have it that they can’t marry other women.

        That applies to EVERYONE, even gays. They just want something no one has. So it’s not a rights issue at all. It’s a social issue. People just say “rights” to get sympathy.

      • GodLovesGays

        You can can marry another man if you want. We fought for your right to do so. You’re welcome.

    • GodLovesGays

      Because you like it. You must, or you wouldn’t be here reading this stuff. Have a gay day!

  • Mgggb

    This…

  • Ryan

    Gotta love Apple! LGBT rights are very important and it’s amazing a company so big can openly support it.

  • Ryan

    Gotta love Apple! Equality is very important. It’s amazing to see a company so popular openly support it.

  • Jovani Hernandez

    I don’t understand why people say being gay is sin if lying and stealing and fornication is also sin? God dosent hate you he hates you’re sin

    • Jeremy

      I don’t understand why the religious right wing people don’t freak out over divorce and 3 day marriages or drunk Vegas weddings.

      • Progresses, the far left wing radicals will attack you for being Christian. They are Christianophobic. They will get you fired from your jobs. Something that happens all the time. Don’t be a bigot Jeremy.

      • Jeremy

        Oh I’m being a bigot for pointing out the hypocrisy of you radical extremist Christians? I really don’t care what YOUR personal beliefs are but what makes us liberals angry is the fact that you want to integrate your personal religious beliefs into a secular government because we are not a theocracy. You want to live by biblical or sharia law? Move to Saudi Arabia or some country dictated by all the harsh laws of the bible. The United States is not a theocracy.

  • MacGuru17

    I told myself I wasn’t going to read the comments on this one…why didn’t I listen to my conscience!?

    This is just another of the plethora of reasons why I love Apple and continue to support them. They stand up for everyone.

    If Apple had bought the U.S. government last year when the shutdown was in effect, then maybe we’d actually have a genuinely secular government, unlike the “secular” one we have now…
    I suppose the offer’s always there, at least.

    Religion should be personal, and it has absolutely no place in government (at least in ones that claim to have a separation between church and state) other than allowing people to belong to a religion (or not). When we allow religion to intervene with politics, we see horrible things happen, like the horrific treatment LGBT people have to endure in Russia with the state being completely nonchalant about it, if not likely encouraging it. It’s absolutely unacceptable.

    Equality is for EVERYONE. Period.

    This should not even have to be discussed in this day and age; we should have settled this years ago. Awesome countries like Canada, Iceland, New Zealand, the UK and much of Western/Northern Europe have already realised this; they don’t spend hundreds of taxpayer-supported hours debating over such frivolous matters that could easily be resolved within seconds: do all people deserve to be treated as equals, with the same levels of rights and respect, and should they all be completely protected from all forms of discrimination wherever they may be? Why, of course they should. They’re human, after all, and so long as they are doing nothing to harm you (and no, two people of the same sex simply being allowed to show their love for each other through an official act of marriage does not harm you in any way—that’s ridiculous), then why not?

    Many groups of people have had to go through very difficult times in the past, yet now that those groups are seen as equal, they seem to have forgotten that at one time they were looked down upon just like LGBT people are today. And yet, they still persist in their efforts to keep them being treated as second-class citizens.

    That is all. I love you, Apple.

    • Rowan09

      First separation of church and state is a lie made up by atheist. The founding fathers clearly stated that CONGRESS shall not pass any laws, Congress. The reason this amendment was written was so America wouldn’t end up like the Catholic British. Please don’t spread lies to try and make a point. A real Christian is loving, kind, patient, etc, because we follow our Bible and say something is wrong doesn’t make us evil or full of hatred. No one argues when we say killing is wrong, no one argues when we say stealing is wrong, or even adultery and fornication, but when we say homosexuality is wrong we get labeled. Russia is wrong I don’t support killing of anyone unless they commit a crime and charged in court like what’s done for the most part in American courts. No one should be afraid to walk down the street because of their lifestyle. Just like Americans look the other way when a pedophile (which is now a sexual orientation by the way) ask for rights, like working wherever without being labeled if they don’t act on the urge. Laws for the most part are a popularity contest and without no basis, killing and stealing will one day be lawful.

      • Jeremy

        Read article 11 of the Treaty of Tripoli which was signed into law by President John Adams. We are not a nation founded on Christian or biblical values.

      • Rowan09

        So let me guess Christmas, Thanksgiving, Easter are not Christian holidays huh? Go and look at the forefathers and you will see most of them were Christians. In God we trust means what exactly?

      • These people are Christianophobic. Bigoted to anything they don’t believe in. They want to censor religious people. Everyone has a right to believe the way they do (except for Christians in Amerika)

      • Rowan09

        So true, but so sad.

      • Jeremy

        Originally those holidays were pagan holidays but I honestly don’t even care if Christians took them up as their own supposed traditions. And “In God we Trust” was added in the 1950’s because of the Red Scare and the McCarthy Trials because if you were anything other than a Christian you would be outed as a communist. I’m sure you are familiar with that. But this has gone all over the place and honestly there is no point in arguing with you. The majority now support us and you right wing extremists are fighting a losing battle. Believe what you want but your religious beliefs do not belong in the law of the U.S.

      • Rowan09

        It’s amazing and you are amazing. So if I disagree with someone’s lifestyle I’m wrong? Is this not America? I watch people lose their jobs over saying f** and keeping their jobs for calling some or hinting to them being a nigger. This whole movement is messed up and people alway want to use “bullying” to represent the gay movement. Christians are being bullied and no one cares. People make fun of Jesus in public on TV and wouldn’t dare to do so against Mohammed. This country is losing its foundation and time will reveal what we mean. I do not hate anyone as I clearly stated before, the hate is actually coming from your side. They were never pagan holidays, it’s just that people try their best to move away from the truth by believing a lie. Live your life man, but I don’t care if 99.9% of the people in this country start believing 1+1 = 3 because the truth is always the truth. The majority do not agree with your lifestyle by the way, people are just afraid of being bullied by the LBGT community.

      • Jovani Hernandez

        why do the 3 documents have recurrences to a God you say most of them didn’t believe…..

        “In the name of the most holy and undivided Trinity”

        “Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God”
        “Appealing to the Supreme Judge of the World”
        “With a firm Reliance on the Protection of Divine Providence”

        They honored the Sabbath stating “If any Bill shall not be returned by the President within ten Days (Sundays excepted) after it shall have been presented to him, the Same shall be a Law,”

    • Wow you are such a bigot to anyone who thinks differently than you. Typical ignorant jerk. Religious people shouldn’t be censored. If you have a right to believe in something, then so do religious people.

  • ehX

    So sad to see the company encouraging something like this…

  • Drake Miller

    Christian, You’ve made a mistake by enabling comments on this, there are many people who are so hateful here against gays.

  • jack

    not being against homosexuals is one thing, but supporting it, promoting it, and encouraging it, including to children, is another thing

    • Jeremy

      I grew up all my life being surrounded by straight people and seeing straight people kiss and hold hands and yet I still turned out to be gay. Remind me again exactly how advocating for marriage equality and workplace protection is going to make your kids LGBT? It is not a choice and it is not an influence.

  • F P

    Why do gays have to announce they’re gay when they’re introduced? I don’t announce I’m not gay when I meet people. Keep your dirt to yourselves please.

  • Sir.Rhommi

    See… The Bible Has Been Omitted & Altered Countless Times. They’re Still Finding Old Gospels Written By Jesus’ Disciples… One Has Just Recently Been Discovered That Says That Jesus Was Never Crucified & Was Not The Son Of God, But Just A Profit. The Bible Was Created For Political Reasons; A Partnership With The Early Church To Maintain Order Amongst The People. Do Your Research. I Won’t Say All Of The Bible Is False But A Lot Of It Was Written By Opinionated Individuals. Please.

  • GodLovesGays

    To all you so called christians who don’t like companies such as Apple or Microsoft, or Dell or Intel who support equality and “promote homosexuality” (as you put it), I ask this: Why do you continue to use their products? Don’t you realize that, by your own definition, you insult god every time you buy a product from one of these companies? Do you enjoy insulting god? Or are you just hypocrites? Just wondering why you do it.

  • felixtaf

    Wow… This thread gone crazier than Apple vs Samsung threads….

  • Moto Queen

    SO what about all the other special classed folks like Veterans, Susan G Komen, March of Dimes, MS, etc. It really doesn’t settle well with me because the CEO is gay that he gives special attention to one class of folks. All classes should be celebrated. I’m a vet at apple and only get the opportunity to get the day off for veterans day with no ramifications. I’m glad for the gays, but what about all the other special interest groups too?.

  • Joe

    Who even wrote the bible? The Bible is stupid because it was written of the course of many many years. People were writing and rewriting the bible for centuries.

    • Carlos Gomes

      The apostles did, allegedly. Even though that’s clearly bullshit for a lot of reasons. One of the most obvious? Apostle X reporting events where there were only two characters: Jesus and the devil.
      So yeah, Harry Potter has more credibility.