Their families rejected them. Now they’re calling to say they love them & apologize.
Grab a box of tissues, you’ll ugly cry for joy when you watch this.
Catholic League boycotts Burger King over ‘c word’
The Catholic League has decided it’s had enough of Burger King and are calling for a boycott.
New Sprint ad features pitchman and boyfriend shopping for Christmas tree
But can someone tell Sprint that “We don’t suck as bad as we did. We’re still not the best, but, meh, we’re good enough for you.” isn’t exactly a winning advertising strategy?
How Corporate America forced the veto of Arizona’s anti-gay bill
When an important social issue intersected with business in Arizona, Corporate America decided it was time to take a stand. Voicing concern for their employees, customers and bottom lines, prominent companies from American Airlines to Verizon used threats of reduced business to help convince Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer to veto legislation that would have allowed businesses to refuse service to gays based on the owner’s religious beliefs.
Verizon ‘test man’ speaks publicly for first time in nine years, reveals he’s gay
The Verizon ‘test guy’ who rose to fame with the catchphrase ‘Can you hear me now?’ is speaking publicly for the first time, and now that his contract is ending, he is discussing the pain he endured from becoming a celebrity — and has revealed that he is gay.