This Directory provides links to LGBTQ owned and friendly business and services. As you
browse through the directory remember to support business that
respect you and your family.
LGBTQ equality believe they are morally superior to gay and
lesbian families and our supporters. And they have the
backing of the Bush administration whose campaign was financed
by large corporations like Wal-Mart (see the Boycott page for
a complete list of companies who supported Bush).
of spending money at these and other straight-owned enterprises, why not
spend your hard-earned dollars supporting businesses that support you
and your family?
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from queer owned or queer friendly merchants. And if you have
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03/12/09. A Fayette County judge erred by assuming a
15-month-old girl would be better off being adopted by a
married couple, the lawyer for the lesbian couple who has
cared for the child for most of her life told the state
Supreme Court justices Wednesday.
A West Virginia family argues that their
prospective adoptive daughter should not be taken from their
home and placed with a "traditional" family simply because
the couple that has cared for the infant since her birth are
10/16/08. The Family Policy Council of West Virginia told
the governor on Oct. 9 that he had until Wednesday to agree
to call the Legislature into session. The conservative group
cites polling it commissioned of around 500 registered
voters that it says found 73 percent supported an amendment
defining marriage as a "union of one man and one woman."
West Virginia lawmakers argued about cross-dressing
office workers, drag queen school teachers and the
prevalence of HIV among gay people before advancing
legislation to add sexual orientation to the state's
Human Rights and Fair Housing acts.
Charleston officials said Monday they want to make the
capital city open to everyone, and thatís why the City
Council added sexual orientation to the list of ways
businesses cannot discriminate against people.