Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Ice Cream Chain Ben & Jerry's Celebrate Marriage Equality in Vermont

Ben & Jerry's a large ice cream company has been making friendly gestures towards the gay community including renaming one of their famous flavors chubby hubby to "hubby hubby" for a month in honor of marriage equality. They will also have a wedding truck traveling the state handing out this new named flavor.

Walt Freese, chief executive officer of Ben & Jerry's said: "At the core of Ben & Jerry's values we believe that social justice can and should be something that every human being is entitled to. From the very beginning of our 30-year history, we have supported equal rights for all people."

The company was active in ensuring the passage of marriage legislation, back in April they stated their support for marriage equality and for an override of the governors veto.

Contact Ben & Jerry's to thank them for their support for LGBT rights and marriage equality.

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Give them a call at 802-846-1500 between 9:00 and 5:00 Eastern - Monday through Friday. Ask for Consumer Services.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

funny that the nyt points out the (typical) gender inequality in the 'hubby hubby' choice, but queers united does not.
i guess it's just another example of how 'queer rights' means 'marriage equality' which means two men in button downs (hrc style) and their adopted child (anjelina jolie style) to the general public. and we're really not doing much to change that perception.

bridgeout said...

Yummy! I'll take some! How about yummy wifey! ;)

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