Home Depot Continues Showing Support for Homosexual Marriage

Goes all out in celebrating Gay Pride Month

June 24, 2011

Home Depot Chairman Frank Blake kept his word when he told shareholders earlier this month that his company would continue to support gay marriage activists and activities.

Last weekend, Home Depot sponsored the Southern Maine Pride event in Portland. During the opening ceremony, emcee Khris Francis thanked the company and shouted "Gay men just l-o-v-e Home Depot" over the loud speaker system.

On June 11, over one dozen employees wearing Home Depot gear marched in the Boston Pride parade. A Home Depot van followed the employees marching in the parade.

Many of the employees wore Human Rights Campaign (HRC) buttons and stickers on their company clothes. HRC is the nation's largest homosexual organization pushing for gay marriage. One Home Depot parade marcher was carrying a gay pride (rainbow) flag. Watch a short video of it here.

Home Depot paid up to $3,875 to march in the Boston parade.
Over one-half million people have signed a pledge to boycott The Home Depot until it agrees to remain neutral in the culture and political war over homosexual marriage.

NEW! To help promote the boycott, AFA has produced the AFA Pass Along Sheet. Please print copies of this sheet and share them with your neighbors, friends and co-workers. Encourage them to join the boycott of The Home Depot.


1. Pray for Home Depot Chairman Frank Blake to make wise decisions regarding his company's direction.
2. If you have not done so, sign the Boycott Pledge at BoycottTheHomeDepot.com.
3. Call your local Home Depot store and ask to speak to the manager. You can find the number to your local store here (click "Store Finder" at top of page) or in your local phone book.
4. Print the paper petition and distribute it at Sunday school and church.