List of biggest woke companies that push LGBTQIA gender equality, social justice, and tolerance
“Woke” refers to companies seen as socially aware, progressive, and engaged in promoting social justice. They prioritize diversity, inclusion, and sustainability. Here are some of the biggest “woke companies” today.
2023: Braun Hybrid
U.K. branch of the grooming company Braun featured a model who identified as a man to promote their Series X Hybrid Trimmers, perhaps a nod to gender transition.
The model appeared to have undergone breast removal, evident from the surgical scars on the chest.
Braun was criticized for a ‘shockingly immoral’ decision to use a model with surgical scars from a double mastectomy operation, according to the Telegraph.
2023: Maybelline does it again
In 2017, make-up brand Maybelline hired Manny Gutierrez, a gay YouTube influencer, as its first male (transgender woman) model. In 2023, Mabelline partnered with Dylan Mulvaney.
Recently, Maybelline’s latest LGBTQIA ad featured what appears to be a biological bald man with a beard who is putting on cosmetics that are usually for women.
The company was immediately scorned by women who felt they were being insulted by the company for again hiring a trans endorser as its “Maybelline Partner.”
Conservative media DailyWire quoted dismayed customers with the headline, “My Eyes Hurt.”
2023: Ben & Jerry: “Return stolen land”
For the last few years, ice cream giant Ben & Jerry’s has been trumpeting the apparent racist problem and social injustices of white Americans in the country.
Previously, Ben & Jerry did a flavor campaign designed to support criminal justice reform, BLM, and climate change.
Among the issues they advocate for are racial justice, LGBTQIA rights, the pay gap, and the “stolen land” of the natives.
In 2021, Ben & Jerry’s faced U.S. consumer boycotts due to its decision to cease ice cream sales in Israel’s “Occupied Palestinian Territory” (West Bank and Gaza Strip).
2023: Pet Smart
PetSmart released a limited-edition Pride collection featuring pet toys and clothing. The brand has come under fire online, with certain individuals calling for a boycott due to their sale of rainbow chew toys, Pride-themed cat collars, and a two-piece dog bikini.
2023: Addidas “PRIDE Swimsuit”
An Adidas campaign featured a biological male model who wore a women’s one-piece swimsuit. The Addidas ad had a noticeable bulge sporting the brand’s “Pride Swimsuit,” a colorful, geometric-patterned one-piece.
Similar to Target, the traditional female swimsuits can be worn by men because it is ‘tuck-friendly.’
2023: Target disturbing merchandise for kids
Vlogger Ryan Long exposed what Target is selling in its New York branch. T-Shirts that say “Don’t tell your parents” in the area where kinky products are sold.
Target also sold kid’s T-Shirts that said, “Monsters will attack you unless you’re a trans” and “Cut your dick off and worship satan.”
In 2022, TomboyX’s Binders and Packing Briefs featured in Target’s 2022 Pride Collaboration, and in 2018, the corporate launched its “Pride Collection” that promotes LGBTQ fashion.
The next year, Target offered female swimsuits that were ‘tuck-friendly,’ which meant men with bulges who wore them had extra space to hide their genitals, available for kids’ sizes.
In 2016, Target allowed anyone to use the bathroom or fitting room that corresponds to the gender they identify with.
2023: Bud Light Beer Trans Campaign
TikTok trans influencer Dylan Mulvaney endorsed Bud Light in “March Madness 2023.” It had Mulvaney’s face on the can to mark her “365th Days of Girlhood” celebration.
John Rich and musicians Kid Rock and Travis Tritt joined several people calling to boycott the brand. It was untimely innocent children killed in a school shooting by a transgender killer.
Alissa Heinerscheid, vice president of marketing for Bud Light, is the first woman ever to lead the popular brand.
2023: Build a Bear’s “First transgender stuff toy”
Retailer Build-A-Bear stores have been customizing stuffed animals for children for decades. In 2023, the company introduced transgender toys, but some parents and prominent “anti-LGBTQ indoctrination” pundit Matt Walsh found them inappropriate for young people.
2023: Dove’s woke comment
In a 2021 Dove beauty ad, a black woman reveals a white woman after using their body lotion, who then transforms into a Middle Eastern woman. Dove was accused of racism by the woke mob.
In 2023, Dove became woke when it accused Brendan Fraser’s makeup artists of “fat appropriation.” Fraser started in the film “The Whale,” which won an Oscar for best hair and makeup.
The company Dove posted on Twitter, “Stop giving fat suits awards!!” We want better representation in Hollywood” and was immediately criticized for its woke comment.
2023: Hershey’s “Woke Chocolate”
“#BoycottHersheys” trended on Twitter after they featured a man who identifies as trans. Despite the backlash, Hershey Company stood by its partnership with a trans-rights activist.
Happy to boycott Hersheys— DC_Draino (@DC_Draino) March 2, 2023
The American people are sick and tired of having woke lectures shoved down their throats
We want chocolate, not Leftist propaganda
2023: Starbuck’s “trans ad” in India
A recent Starbucks advertisement in India showcases a touching story of a transgender daughter reuniting with her estranged father after coming out as a gay trans individual.
The ad aims to foster LGBTQ acceptance, particularly in the socially conservative context of India.
At the height of the Black Lives Matter protest in 2020, Starbucks came out with a limited edition political merchandise with “I woke Up” written on their cup.
2023: NYX Professional Make-up
Based in LA, the international make-up company NYX made headlines for its inclusive ad that featured a man who appears to be a transgender woman. For decades, NYX has taken the normative path of promoting make-up to biological women.
2023: M&M Trans Spokescandy
On January 2022, Mars Wrigley replaced the green M&M knee-high boots with flats and swapped the brown M&M stilettos for lower heels. The orange M&M, on the other hand, will embrace his anxiety and tie his shoelaces. The rebranding triggered a culture war, according to Time.
In an attempt to be more diverse, inclusive, and progressive, M&M faced backlash and was called out for its “woke agenda,” the Daily Wire reported.
Conservative pundit and Fox News host Tucker Carlson mocked the redesign for being woke. “The green M&M’s got her boots back but apparently is now a lesbian, maybe, and there is also a plus-sized, obese purple M&M’s,” he said.
2022: Ford: “Redefining Tough”
Ford released the “Very Gay Truck” in a new ad. The campaign redefines what being tough means and how gender identity holds no boundary regarding real power.
The company hired strongman Rob Kearney, who is gay, to demonstrate that being homosexual has nothing to do with the power that Ford offers.
The Ford advertisement showcased two identical F150 trucks, heavily covered with mud, which later revealed that one represented an LGBTQ truck with its PRIDE-colored theme.
Critics slammed Ford for “destroying 120 years of history.”
2022: Hallmark Channel
Hallmark Channel is known for its family-oriented and moderately conservative movies. Recently, the channel has been developing more LGBTQ storylines, including the first original holiday movie focused on a same-sex couple called “The Holiday Sitter,” which premieres December 11, 2022.
The network had gay characters before, but not as the main storyline. However, pressure from LGBTQ groups seems to have slowly pushed the company to veer away from its tradition.
2022: Ulta Beauty fatphobia and girlhood campaign
Ulta Beauty promoted a new digital campaign called the “The Beauty Of …” about someone’s entry into girlhood. The company faced backlash just weeks ago for its “fatphobia” series, which appears to promote “unhealthy weight” as something beautiful.
The company faced BOYCOTT from angry female customers after inviting trans influencer Dylan Mulvaney onto its podcast. Dubbed “The Joy of Girlhood,” Dylan vowed to become a mother. [DailyMail]
2022: Calvin Klein’s pregnant man ad
The 2022 Calvin Klein ad of a pregnant (transgender) man featured Roberto, a trans man who is also a biological woman. He is married to another biological woman Erika. The couple is from Brazil, where gay pride is highly esteemed.
The “woke ad” was criticized for “virtue signaling.” Interestingly, it was part of a global Mother’s Day campaign. Author Laura Dodsworth said: “It’s a very strange way to sell pants.”
The company CK defended its ad through Instagram by saying: “We embrace this platform as an inclusive and respectful environment for individualism and self-expression. At Calvin Klein, we tolerate everything except intolerance — any intolerant commentary will be removed, and any accounts issuing hateful statements may be blocked.”
In 2023, Glamour UK also featured a pregnant trans man for its magazine cover during PRIDE month.
2022: Burger King Austria
Burger King Austria celebrated 2022 Pride Month with the “Pride Whopper.” It’s the classic grilled hamburger that comes with either two top or two bottom buns.
Translated to English, the Austrian website said, “Equal rights. Empathy. Understanding. No matter where you come from, who you love, what you look like, or what you believe in, Time to be proud.”
2022: State Farm customers outraged over the transgender donation
For years, the insurance company has always supported controversial racial issues and promoted LGBTQ relationships in its ads. No one bothered until State Farm supported GenderCool. A philanthropic program that pushed gay books in schools
State Farm dropped its support after customer outrage over its plan to donate books promoting transgenderism to schools and public libraries for children as young as five.
2022: Mattel’s first transgender Barbie
In 2021, Mattel’s “Role Models” line introduced their first transgender Barbie doll as a tribute to Laverne Cox, an actress, producer, and writer.
The “Role Models and Tribute” line includes dolls modeled after real-life inspiring figures, and Cox was the first openly transgender to be nominated for an Emmy.
2022: Disney Parks remove “boys” and “girls”
In 2021, Disney World changed its greeting from ‘boys and girls” to be more inclusive. They changed it to “dreamers of all ages instead,” reported DailyMail.
The following year, it removed ALL mentions of “ladies,” “gentlemen,” “boys,” and “girls” in its theme parks to create “that magical moment” for children who do not identify with traditional gender roles.
2022: PRIDE clothing line and Buzzlight Year
In 2022, Disney launched the LGBTQIA Pride Collection clothing line for kids and promised to donate profits to gay organizations, and released the “wokeist cartoon movie” yet, Buzzlight Year.
2022: Levi’s Jeans
Levi’s brand president Jennifer Sey refused severance, so she could expose how woke the company has become. Sey published an op-ed full of absolute fire over Bari Weiss’ substack. She detailed her experience with Levi’s jeans and how toxic its woke environment has been over the last decade.
More than 20 years ago I joined Levi’s. Yesterday I resigned my post as president so that I can use my voice. https://t.co/7UG6TCXqHU— Jennifer Sey (@JenniferSey) February 14, 2022
GoFundMe canceled the “Freedom Convoy Fund” for Canadian truckers after it had raised approximately C$10 million for the truckers and already distributed C$1 million of the funds.
The Freedom Convoy rally (in front of Canada’s Parliament) began as a movement by truckers to challenge a government vaccination mandate. Still, it spread to include a wide array of anti-government grievances.
In 2020, “Go Fund Me” removed conservative pundit Candace Owens’ campaign for a bar owner, which the company later learned called George Floyd, a thug.
An alternative for GoFundMe is GiveSendGo, a faith-based group.
It’s not my money pic.twitter.com/IKRxhGo8wS— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) February 5, 2022
2021: Coca-Cola’s “new, improved” diversity training
According to NY Post, Coca-Cola employees were reportedly encouraged to be “less white” as part of a diversity training course offered by LinkedIn Education. Screenshots of the course slides, allegedly shared by an internal whistleblower, went viral on social media.
Slides suggested that white people in Western nations are socialized to believe in their inherent superiority and provided tips on being “less white,” including being less oppressive and listening more.
Coca-Cola denied that the training was mandatory, while LinkedIn Education removed the course from its library following the controversy.
2021: Victoria’s Secret hires a trans brand ambassador
Victoria’s Secret was a symbol of uber-female sexiness. In 2021, they replaced Victoria’s Secret Angels with soccer star and liberal activist Rapinoe. VS also hired its first biologically male transgender model. [DW]
The “sexy brand” was criticized for wokeness. “…I don’t want to look like Megan Rapinoe. I can be feminine AND empowered…,” Jenna Ellis of Esquire twitted.
Subway Sandwich also hired Rapinoe as its endorser, but several franchisees pressured corporate to scrape her from the campaign. [NY Post]
In 2023, VS Brand CEO resigned as the company struggled following the pursuit of uber-wokeness.
“Rugrats” reboot with an openly lesbian mom. Blues Clues featured a drag queen singing at a PRIDE parade on how awesome LGBTQ life is. They featured Nina West, who introduced the “gay alphabet” for kids.
Critics have accused Nickelodeon of promoting “environmental racism” championed by liberal activist Greta Thunberg to young children. In just four years, Nickelodeon’s viewership has decreased by over two-thirds. [DW]
2021: “Individuality” is more important than Disney fantasy
According to Orlando Weekly, Disney Park will be more “inclusive” by allowing employees to showcase different hairstyles or tattoos. However, it may polarize visitors who went there not to see “individual expressions” but for fantasy, says a Disney fan.
2021: Ben & Jerry’s “Defund Police,” anti-Israel stand
2021, In the wake of the shooting of Daunte Wright in Minnesota, Ben & Jerry’s, famous for its left-wing causes, tweeted that America’s police system “can’t be reformed” and “must be dismantled,” with the hashtag #DefundThePolice.
In July, Unilever announced they would no longer sell ice cream in the ancient Biblical parts of Israel, Judea, and Samaria because it’s an ‘occupied Palestinian territory.’ The company strongly supports the Black Lives Matter movement and LGBTQ+ rights. [Reuters; Palestine history]
2021: Kohl’s, Bed Bath & Beyond, etc., banned ‘My Pillow’
In 2021, MyPillow products were banned at Kroger, BJ’s, H-E-B, Affirm, Colony Brands, Bluestream, Chewey, JCP, Dollar General, Bed Bath & Beyond, TSC, Fingerhut, Mattress Firm, Kohl’s, Shop H.Q., among others.
CEO Mike Lindell, a prominent Trump ally, said major retailers dropped his products because of his opinion on voter fraud conspiracies. The owner claims the election was rigged, which faced backlash online. [Forbes]
2021: Coca-Cola will only hire law firms with enough Black lawyers
Coca-Cola’s new policy included a ‘diversity quota’ for the outside counsel it retains. In short, they will only hire law firms that commit to providing 15 percent of the billed time from black attorneys.
Failure to comply may result in Coca-Cola slashing compensation for the firms by 30 percent. Worst, firms could lose the account. [Dailywire]
2021: Converse Shoes Demon Ad
Satan Temple’s Lucien Greene admitted that more than half of their members are LGBTQ; ergo, there is no surprise when Converse used demonic elements for its ad in 2021.
Converse shoes “broke from convention” with the TURBODRK Chuck 70, created by Rick Owens. Many record him as an “icon,” but the Bible calls it wickedness.
The design element included the pentagram, a devil symbol. The Converse ad used “dark imagery” that channels Satan and his demons.
2021: Nike Satan-Theme Shoes
Nike was one of the first brands to take a stand in the murder of George Floyd: “For once, Don’t Do It.” Its “woke politics” expands to Colin Kaepernick, who they supported in 2018. Kaepernick is the poster boy of “woke social justice.”
In March 2021, Rapper Lil Nas X (Montero Lamar Hill) launched a limited edition Nike designed for “devil fans.” The Satan sneaker had no association with the parent company, and Nike sued MSCHF, which created the shoes.
Although Nike claims it did not endorse the devilish design. Nonetheless, the company is known for its woke ads, supporting leftist politics.
2021: Jack Daniel’s
In 2023, calls to boycott Jack Daniels went viral after the Bud Light “woke campaign” because some individuals posted videos of them throwing beer and whiskey in the drain.
Before this, Jack Daniels had teamed up with three drag queens to produce a video series called Drag Queen Summer Glamp, which went unnoticed by anti-woke advocates in 2021.
Social media users have taken offense to the whiskey brewer’s “small town, big pride” campaign in which it teamed up with drag queens from Ru Paul’s Drag Race, reported Newsweek.
BREAKING: @JackDaniels_US has gone full woke and put degenerate drag queens in their barrel house.— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) April 5, 2023
Jack is sponsoring something called “Drag Queen Summer Camp”
This is a *good* business move since Jack Daniels is only ordered by the mentally ill already.
Customer outreach 🙌🏻 pic.twitter.com/fZjzj08od5
2021: Pantene shampoo launch “LGBTQ Kids”
2021, the Pantene shampoo brand launched the “LGBTQ kids” promotion on March 15. It featured Sawyer, a trans girl (biological boy) who grows her hair beautifully.
She has two loving lesbian parents who take pride in having a gay child. It is part of their attempt o promote family equality in light of President Biden’s Equality Act of 2021.
2020: NFL turns political, crash ratings
The 2020 National Football League (NFL season) protested systemic racism. They believe it exists, despite overwhelming Black privileges.
Critics found it unfair that some Black athletes protesting earned millions a year yet claimed discrimination.
NFL also hated Trump and gave the Ex-President the middle finger, reported the Guardian. In September, Trump tweeted, “People are tired of watching the highly political NBA… Stand tall for our Country and our Flag.“
Black & White Sports host said, “NFL turned off fans because of wokeness.”
- NFL season began with a ‘Black national anthem.’
- The player’s constant kneeling instead of standing up for the American flag disrespect many Americans.
- Putting names of “Black criminals” on their uniforms and helmet to support Black Lives Matter perpetuates racism.
In 2023, the NFL’s pre-Super Bowl festivities included a rendition of the Black national anthem for the third consecutive year.
“No other country on Earth is ridiculous enough to permit different groups to perform their own national anthems before major events,” critic Matt Walsh said.
2020: “Woke NBA” rating plummets
The National Basketball Association and Baseball Leagues have repeatedly “lectured” audiences about Black discrimination and inequality.
They wore “woke shirts,” disrespected the anthem and its “king,” Le Bron James often ranted about the systemic racism Black conservatives say is no longer evident today.
Even though Black privilege is evident, leftist liberal behavior perpetuates systemic racism, and fans don’t like it. As a result, NBA ratings crashed to an all-time low. Even NBA commissioner Adam Silver admits that their (Woke) social justice caused ratings to plummet.
In October 2020, Senator Ted Cruz twitted, “NBA is engaged in a concerted effort to insult their fans & turn every game into a left-wing political lecture. That’s dumb.”
2020: Nike’s empowering woke ads built on genius propaganda & virtue signaling
Nike is the king of “wokevertising.” From anthem-kneeling quarterback to featuring ‘oppressed Muslim minority in 2020. They’ve capitalized on intersectionalism that featured a girl wearing a niqab morphing into a trans-sexual holding a smoking rainbow flag.
Nike’s woke ads in 2018 lowered their sales by 3%, but sales quickly recovered, and the share price shot up. The reason, Nike’s message is uplifting rather than accusatory. In contrast, Gillette’s campaign is a letdown.
However, Nike’s woke progressivism is a virtue signal undercut by its treatment of corporate abuse abroad. Nike profits from labor conditions similar to slavery; it is a distinction without a difference, said Joseph Laughon.
In 2023, Nike was again criticized for using trans influencer Dylan Mulvaney for a sports bra.
2019: Sephora’s PRIDE
In 2016, Sephora began providing in-store make-up classes and online tutorials specifically geared towards transgender people and people transitioning. Two years later, Sephora came out with a gay campaign.
As part of its launch, Sephora introduced the motto “Trans is Beautiful” and unveiled its inaugural “SEPHORAHeartPRIDE” collection. Sephora also donates $1 to LGBTQ organizations.
2019: Pinterest bans pro-life sites
Pinterest permanently suspended pro-life news site Live Action from their platform in June 2019, saying, “We don’t allow harmful misinformation.”
The pro-life organization Live Action has openly said that “abortion is the only ‘medical procedure’ that aims for a 100% death rate.
2019: Apple bans pro-life sites from news platform
Leading pro-life website LifeSite News was banned from Apple News in July 2019 because they claimed the place “shows intolerance towards a specific group.” LifeSite News, a pro-life site, says it covers “life, faith, and family news.”
Apple announced a week later it would reverse the ban. The “woke company” rolled out more diverse same-sex couple emojis with 75 combinations the next month.
2019: Gillette $5 billion in losses for woke ad
In 2019, Gillette released a short film titled “We Believe: The Best Men Can Be.” It took on “toxic masculinity” and the #MeToo movement. Some criticized the ad for “virtue signaling” and political wokeness.
The ad appears to generalize men with bad behaviors such as bullying, catcalling, and groping women.
Gillette also ran an ad depicting a man teaching his transgender son how to shave for the first time—a risky move for a straight male-dominated market.
2019: Chic-Fil-A supported the BLM cause
Then earlier in 2020, Chic-Fil-A CEO Dan Cathy asked Whites to repent for racism by shining a Black man’s shoes. Atlanta mega-church Pastor Louie Giglio joined the call, and a couple of his team knelt before a group of Blacks and asked for forgiveness.
Despite its CEO’s public support for ending “Black racism,” dozen Chick-fil-A locations were vandalized. On October 27, its Philadelphia store was looted by BLM rioters, twitted journalist Andy Ngo.
2019: Instacart’s Rainbow cart
According to Instacart’s website, LGBTQIA+ rights are under attack, especially the trans youth. “We also need to keep fighting and never forget that PRIDE MARCH was started as a protest.” Hence, the company introduced the gay-friendly “Rainbow Cart.”
We are making a $250k donation to @FeedingAmerica & @FoodBanksCanada to support communities of color that are disproportionately struggling with food insecurity. We’re also donating $250k to @eji_org, an organization that challenges racial and economic injustice.— Instacart (@Instacart) June 5, 2020
2019: AARP’s “Family friendly” drag events
According to AMAC, AARP’s competitor, they have a sordid history of promoting “Family friendly” drag events (sexualization of children) and liberal ideologies.
In 2019, AARP sponsored its first drag pageant. In May 2021, AARP published a now-deleted article, “The 9 Most Fabulous TV Shows and Movies About Drag Queens.” [Dallas Voice]
AMAC (Association of Mature American Citizens) took the opportunity and used AARP to differentiate itself as a better alternative because they advocate for traditional values.
2018: Harry’s Razor redefines masculinity
Harry Razor’s ad “What does it really mean to be a man” and a now-deleted tweet expanded the definition of masculinity to include sensitivity and, in a video ad, crossed-out phrases like “Boys will be Boys,” “Man Up.” Similarly, Gilette’s ad also said, “It’s time for men to change.” [DW]
In 2023, Harry’s Razors CEO Andy Katz-Mayfield caught on flak after referring to parents’ gender as ‘birthing’ and ‘non-birthing parents in an interview. [Blaze]
2018: Boys and Girls Scouts membership plummets
The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) began admitting girls to join the organization, which had been exclusive to biological males for over a century. Girls have the chance to climb to the level of Eagle Scout.
Likewise, Girls Scouts of America (GSA) announced in 2018 that they would accept boys into the once-all-girls organization.
Both groups experienced declining membership for years and plummeted in 2020, partly because of the pandemic. But it will continue to do so in 2022.
Interestingly, alternatives to these scout organizations, the Trail Life USA, saw a significant increase in membership.
2017: Astra Zeneca US
Astra Zeneca came out as a loud supporter of LGBT initiatives to promote diversity and inclusiveness. A proud ally also of the PRIDE March, company colleagues are always represented in the gay celebration.
In 2020, other drug companies like GlaxoSmithKline planned to add diversity and inclusion to their ad campaigns in the coming years, not with redundant rainbows or hashtag platitudes just during Pride Month, but with marketing that rang true.
2017: Nike’s “Be True”
For years, Nike has subtly introduced and supported the gay community. Nike launched its bold ‘Be True’ apparel and footwear collection to celebrate PRIDE Month in 2017.
As the year progressed, the subtle promotion of the gay celebration was more evident. In 2022, Nike came out with less colorful apparel but outwardly promoted the PRIDE month.
In 2023, the company came out with Dylan Mulveny endorsing Nike’s leggings for women. In 2016, Nike ended its commercial relationship with Manny Pacquiao for his anti-gay slurs.
Meet NIKE WOMEN’S Newest Ambassador…a biological man.— Oli London (@OliLondonTV) April 5, 2023
Dylan Mulvaney is now being paid 💰by Nike Women to promote sports bras- even though he’s a man!
Another day, another company slapping all women in the face by mocking them and paying a man to take their place! #nike… pic.twitter.com/XK33HJYo63
2016: Adidas “Love is Love ad”
In 2016, Adidas stirred controversy for its same-sex romantic Valentine’s Day ad with the picture of two women about to kiss.
The company faced backlash and responded to haters: “Love is love.”
In 2023, Adidas again faced backlash for using a biological male black model (with an obvious bulge) wearing a women’s swimsuit.
2015: Planet Fitness Locker Policy
Planet Fitness’ policy allows biological men identifying as women to enter the women’s locker. In 2015, Yvette Cormier was shocked to see a person wearing a wig and “a little bit of blush” but was “huge” and appeared “very manly,” she told ABC News.
The staff told her she could wait until he was done if she was uncomfortable with the transwoman (Carlotta Sklodowska). She replied, “How about he waits until I’m done in the women’s locker room… or get a unisex bathroom.”
Other companies that have joined the bandwagon of “PRIDE”
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