Should a company have to offer lower rates to the 2SLGBTQQIA+ before it is allowed to call itself an “Ally”?

From Salt Lake City, just outside the public library:

Morgan Stanley says that it is not merely an “ally” but a “proud ally” of the 2SLGBTQQIA+. However, as far as I am aware, the bank does not offer discounts or preferential rates to customers who identify as 2SLGBTQQIA+. Should the Federal Trade Commission shut them down for false advertising unless they can show concretely what they’re doing for 2SLGBTQQIA+ customers worldwide? A company shouldn’t be able to obtain the “queer advantage” (see book below from the Salt Lake City Library) without paying for it, should it?

Separately, the New York Times says that humanity faces a “climate emergency” and an “existential crisis”. At the same time, I think that the newspaper takes money for ads for single-family homes (inherently energy-inefficient) and pavement-melting SUVs. Maybe the FTC can’t shut them down for hypocrisy, but perhaps the NYT could be forced to add a “context” box under every claim that the Earth is going Full Venus: “This newspaper profits from ads for SUVs and single-family homes.”

A few more examples…

Experian‘s all-month Twitter presence:

Will they give higher credit ratings if they see charges from Grindr? If not, what is Experian doing for the 2SLGBTQQIA+?


The Pfizer web site:

Not to be left out… Novartis:

From Microsoft, in the search box at the bottom left of the Windows 10 home screen:

4 thoughts on “Should a company have to offer lower rates to the 2SLGBTQQIA+ before it is allowed to call itself an “Ally”?

  1. Obama always said if you like putting your dick in another man’s gaping asshole you can keep doing it!

  2. Pfizer allows 2SLGBTQQIA+ party card holders and “allies” to speak, but not others.

    In which Pfizer forum would one point out the latent fascism and greed for power of the movement?

    Where would one complain about toxic transsexuals cancelling others for matters completely unrelated to 2SLGBTQQIA+?

    One could claim though that Pfizer helped the “underprivileged” by not supplying them with the “vaccine” and performing the clinical trials on the “privileged” population instead:

  3. Should there be an award for the most peculiar flag versions? Here is the standard flag with a white infinity symbol erasing part of the flag (note the proper use of 2SLGBTQQIA+ outside of

    So they’ve now appropriated the rainbow and the infinity symbol!

    Apart from the Mormons, who seem to be enthusiastic about about 2SLGBTQQIA+, the Mennonites also use the proper term:

  4. Consumers should boycott the woke businesses and they will get the message. I don’t think the mainstream of America is into celebrating “Pride.” If as is most likely with most homosexuality it is an immutable characteristic then there is nothing to be proud or ashamed of. If it is a choice like transvestitism then it is something to be ashamed, not proud, of.

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