Barilla Doesn't Want Gay Customers. What Companies Are Most Homophobic?

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Yesterday, the chair of Barilla, a brand of pasta that you’ve almost certainly seen in grocery and convenience stores around the U.S., said that his company’s ads would never feature gay couples, “because we like the traditional family.” He added that “If gays don’t like it, they can always eat another brand of pasta.” He quickly attempted to backtrack, explaining that he simply meant to “highlight the central role of the woman in the family,” which is apparently to cook pasta.

While everyone knows where Chick-fil-A stands, we thought it’d be worthwhile to examine other companies with a history of homophobia to see who's still bad, and who's reformed.

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