Home depot support gay marriage
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Need proof? In and , Home Depot sponsored and marched in at least 16 separate gay pride events. Further, Home Depot has ordered its employees to stop wearing its highly recognized orange aprons to any homosexual-themed events. Since the boycott began, not a single homosexual group has publicly supported Home Depot.
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No-hoax viral video: Man proposes to boyfriend at Home Depot [Video]
No-hoax viral video: Man proposes to boyfriend at Home Depot [Video] - Los Angeles Times
Video of a gay marriage proposal at a Salt Lake City Home Depot -- with a flash mob -- is gaining steam online, and Jimmy Kimmel king of the video hoax had nothing to do with it. Spencer Stout proposed to Dustin Reeser amid friends and family. The video, posted Wednesday, had nearly , views on YouTube as of Friday morning. The couple, however, could have a long wait if they want to get married in Utah. The state has a ban on gay marriage. Three Utah couples recently challenged the law.
In gay marriage fight, some brands take a stand
A conservative Christian group in Kentucky has called for a boycott of PNC Bank over its support for gay pride events. Frank G. Simon, director of the American Family Association of Kentucky, sent out a "Call to Action" on Monday outlining the reasons for boycotting.
The study predicts that more than 23, same-sex couples in Texas would marry within three years if the state allowed them to. The economic impact would likely be greater if Texas extended marriage rights to gay couples ahead of neighboring states like Louisiana and Oklahoma, because the state could become a wedding destination for same-sex couples, said Christy Mallory, one of the study's authors. But chances are slim that conservative Texas lawmakers would allow same-sex marriage unless the courts force states to do so. The report, which applies Texas population data to a model based on states where gay marriage has been legalized, provides a financial argument for same-sex marriage, said Kevin Nix, a spokesman for Freedom to Marry, a gay rights group.