Procter & Gamble’s record for supporting the LGBTQ+ community is near-immaculate in its consistency. But how does such a large multinational built on such a liberal brand purpose handle the hypocrisy of operating in countries where being gay leads to ostracization, incarceration and death?
P&G’s LGBTQ+ community and allies will be out in force at New York City’s World Pride celebrations on Sunday (30 June), alongside some 144 other brands, media titles, charities and activist groups.
The annual march, which this year marks 50 years since the city’s Stonewall riots, has become somewhat of a corporate-palooza: brand managers from Pepsi to Read full story ›
Source: The Drum