Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Dallas LGBT's to Protest ExxonMobil Gas Stations

Texas activists from GetEQUAL plan protests outside three ExxonMobil stations in Dallas on Friday, May 14. The company refuses to add sexual orientation and gender identity to it's non-discrimination policy. Exxon acquired Mobil ten years ago and removed LGBT protections, stripping partner benefits and non-discrimination policy language.

The company get a zero from the Human Rights Campaign's Corporate Equality Index.

The rallies will take place outside ExxonMobil stations at 3716 Maple Ave, 4239 Lemmon Ave. and 2503 Lemmon Ave. in Dallas, Texas.


Anonymous said...

Sorry I can't be in Dallas to protest with them. Pro-equality Americans should never spend money at businesses which promote the immoral anti-gay agenda.

Queers United said...

There will be another nationwide demonstration on May 21st which I will post about soon.

libhom said...

Excon always has been an evil corporation. They are responsible for a horrible Alaskan oil spill, and they are one of the Big Oil companies that got us into Iraq.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the heads-up on this.

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