RECENT  POSTS:  » GLAAD: Q&A with former 'ex-gay' activist Yvette Schneider: 'I’ve never met an 'ex-gay' man I thought was not still attracted to men' » Head of Virginia's anti-equality org: 'open season to discriminate against anyone who believes that children deserve a mom and a dad' » Force behind Virginia's marriage ban ably demonstrates animus behind it » NOM to show rest of world its impressive ability to exacerbate loss » Bryan Fischer: Marriage equality supporters are like baseball's legendarily winning team » On NC's Attorney General and the bipartisan hunt for a 'culture war' off ramp » Read: 4th Circuit strikes down Virginia marriage ban » GLAAD: Change is possible: Former 'ex-gay' activist Yvette Schneider 'celebrates the worthiness and equality of all people' » Man who stands in way of Texas equality works to stunt economic windfall as well » Miami-Dade Circuit judge rules state marriage ban unconstitutional; stays ruling  

« Go back a post || Return to G-A-Y homepage || Haul tail to next post »

06/06/2014

Target launches pride T-shirt line

by Jeremy Hooper

The right side of history meets the right side of commerce:

201406060852 [@Target]
(h/t: Scott Hutcheson)

This is another one of those things that shows the clear difference between our side and our opposition's. Can you even imagine a major retail chain announcing shirts that support their position? No. Obviously not. It wouldn't even be in the ballpark of consideration. No major retailer would push a line of clothing branded with the other side's antipathetic talking points.

In these more homespun and less political stories, which can at first feel like minor asides to the larger debate, one can often glean the starkest truths.

space gay-comment gay-G-A-Y-post gay-email gay-writer-jeremy-hooper


Your thoughts

comments powered by Disqus

G-A-Y Comments Policy


 
Related Posts with Thumbnails