Thousands Of Companies Experience Gay Conversion Therapy On "Back To Normal Sexuality Day"
Many consumers woke up on July 1, 2019 to find a major change on their social media. Thousands of companies who were ‘gay’ during the month of June were once again ‘straight.’ They had changed their logos from rainbow designs to normal business-type graphics.
Companies like Verizon, AT&T, Southwest, MasterCard, UBER, had joined the GBTQ community on June 1 to celebrate homosexual celebration month. But apparently 30 days is about as much inclusiveness as they can handle.
Verizon CEO Mark Stutz said of their company’s logo change, “A lot of people think we were pandering to the LGBTQ community to make a lot of money off of their cause. But that is not the case. The fact is, after a mont of trying the gay lifestyle, we figured out it doesn’t work. Every piece of equipment we sell is dependent on a male female connection. Even our wireless chargers must be plugged in to something at some point. So a month in, we had a crisis experience. We needed something that would work. So we have gone straight.”
The President of Southwest Airlines, Jan Stevenson tells a similar story. “We had retrofitted our seats with gay seatbelts. 50% of our seats featured two male buckles, and 50% featured two female buckles. We couldn’t give seats away. The gay lifestyle nearly destroyed us. We had to go straight. And trust me, it was never about virtue signaling to avoid the brutal condemnation of the LGBTQ community. We appreciated their hearts on social media. But at some point you have to straighten up and fly right. And yes… we will be using that phrase in our marketing.”
Not all companies are making the switch. Apple CEO, Tim Cook, a homosexual himself declares, “We will still feature the colors of the rainbow in our logo as we have always done. Pride isn’t something you celebrate once a year. We want you to know how we have sex all year long.”