When You Boycott LGBT-friendly Companies 4


Hello, friend! It’s very brave of you to take a stand for your faith and burn your Nike shoes. I really admire you! It must’ve been a big sacrifice, considering it used to really go well with your Levi’s pants. Oh wait, maybe you should burn those pants too! They support same-sex marriage! It’s a shame, your photos where you were wearing them looked magnificent in your iPhone. Oh damn! You have to throw away your phone as well! They’re fine with men marrying other men!

Ugh, all these are really stressing me out! I can’t even drink Coke or Pepsi as they’re also spawns of the devil. Maybe a cup of Starbucks would do the trick… or not. I almost forgot they’re also a very sinful company as well!

I can’t take this. I need to drink my meds. Oh fuck, I can’t, I’d rather die than drink my meds from GlaxoSmithKline or Pfizer. Who wants sinfulness inside their digestive system?

This is so messed up! Everyone should know about this! Let me blog about companies who are in support of same-sex marriage using my HP laptop. Oh, never mind. I’d just buy a new one using my Visa card. Oh shit, I can’t. Even if I could, Microsoft and Intel are also agents of deceit!

Forget it! I’ll just calm down and watch Disney Channel.

Oh asfqwerqweqwdf.

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4 thoughts on “When You Boycott LGBT-friendly Companies

  • Lee Sinclair

    Tbf I wouldn’t touch some of these companies with a ten foot barge pole, just because they’ve realised that in order to appear normal they have to be LGBT friendly doesn’t excuse some of the other questionable things they do. E.G. Avon test on animals, The suppliers that nike uses being v. questionable in terms of how they treat their staff, Amazon not paying a living wage and where do I even start with coca cola.

    • chase

      I agree. Though we can’t disregard the fact that when these companies make a positive statement about LGBT people, it does help the community. And some of these companies have LGBT inclusive policies that positively impact the lives of LGBT persons.