How Google is trying to legalize gay marriage

The first story of liberalism of the corporation came back in 2008. At this time, the California government began considering a bill that only people of the opposite sex can marry, to which the largest searcher on the planet immediately reacted in a personal blog: “… we should not restrict someone’s fundamental rights – to marry a loved one regardless of orientation.” This business was not limited, because today Google launched a large-scale campaign “Legalise love”.

Newspapers, taking as the basis of the 2008 event, decided that Google planned to fight for the legalization of same-sex marriage. In fact, everything turned out not to be quite the case: the fight will be conducted for the very legality of homosexual relations.

Representatives of the Internet giant said that the best example of “their client” was Singapore: a State that claimed a serious place in world politics but, however, $ at the legislative level makes homosexuality a criminal offence. According to the company’s management, such policy is short-sighted.

The program for “legalizing love” contains several items. First, there is support for gay promotions: “googlovtsi” said that 40 employees would go to the “World Pride Parade” in London and, moreover, organize a summit of “geigglers” (analogue to “googlers”).

In addition, the community plans include financial support for politicians: in particular those who will declare support for the homosexual community during election campaigns.

Google’s specific actions on this, for now, end. However, more important than the fact that Legalize Love has been announced: it means that the company will become “active”, and will continue to move in this direction, increasingly expanding the scope of its activities. And since the ultimate goal of the program is to “legalize homosexuality around the world,” its implementation risks dragging on for a very long time.

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