Say Thanks! ExxonMobil votes against special rights for gays
May 30, 2013
In its annual shareholder meeting this week, ExxonMobil Corporation overwhelming rejected a shareholder proposal demanding changes to the Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) policy that would grant special rights to homosexual employees.
Had the resolution passed, the company would have been forced to begin promoting and providing "acceptance" training of homosexuality to all employees, even if they had religious objections.
By a margin of 81 to 19 percent against the resolution, this vote marks the 14th year in a row that the company has refused to cave in to the bully tactics by gay activists.
The Board of Directors strongly recommended shareholders vote "Against" the proposal. In a statement, ExxonMobil said it already prohibits "all forms of discrimination" and "believes the proposal is unnecessary."
AFA continues to encourage all companies to stay neutral in the culture war over special rights for those who choose to engage in unnatural sexual behavior.
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