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Where NOT to Shop: Sample letter to send to "Gay Agenda" Companies

To use or adapt as you wish.


Date

[Address of company]

Dear [name of company]:

I am writing to you as a [former or potential] customer, to tell you why I will not be doing business with you, purchasing your products or services, nor speaking well of you to my family and friends.

You are highly-rated by the "Human Rights Campaign" as a company supportive of many aspects of the homosexual activist agenda. I am hoping you have done this out of ignorance about the true nature of both homosexuality and the goals of aggressive homosexual advocacy, such as that promoted by the Human Rights Campaign (HRC).

For instance, HRC regularly conducts vicious smear campaigns against family-oriented groups, falsely portraying them as "haters" and "bigots," simply for supporting traditional, one man/one woman marriage. Does this sound like "tolerance" to you? Not to me!

When your company enacts a "non-discrimination" policy based on sexual orientation or even, gender identity - a term for men dressing as women or women dressing as men-- what does that say to traditionalists? It says that you have completely dismissed our values, and in fact, seem hostile to them. Are males welcome into the ladies' room in your company? This is a profound violation of privacy for these women, who, as employees, may feel powerless to complain.

For them, I ask you to reconsider. But in the meantime, I don't do business with companies who treat people like this, all because of odd "political correctness."

Apparently, people with openly- expressed homosexual behavior, or those who are confused about biological gender, are fine in your company, but those who are the bedrock of America--families with husbands, wives and children--are dispensable. In your company, would an employee group convening to discuss conservative values be welcome? Doesn't sound like it.

Could one of your employees in a casual conversation state his or her objection to homosexuality as a religious principle? Sounds like a huge risk, and all here in America, where First Amendment principles ought to apply everywhere.

In businesses that welcome homosexual and transgender people, workers who don't agree with these lifestyles often feel unwelcome and increasingly, encounter a hostile work environment. Some of these workers have been sued on trumped -up charges of "discrimination," just for politely expressing these values, even in their own private lives and on their own time!

In short, these are not my values. I think homosexual activism is doing harm to America. My values are to be kind to everyone, but not to condone or encourage immoral and high-risk lifestyles. By your company's support of homosexual behavior, which is changeable and unnecessary, you have insulted my family and my principles.

I do hope your executive decision-makers will at some point, see the truth and reject this conduct, but in the meantime, I am afraid we cannot patronize your business in any way, and for the present, I am going to recommend to family and friends that they also take their business elsewhere.

Sincerely,

[Your name]