80% MAJORITY Of ExxonMobil Shareholders Vote To Defy Homosexual Activist Pressure To Broaden Company’s EEO Policy
To Include “Sexual Orientation” And “Gender Identity”
Encourage The Management With Your Instant
When it comes to the homosexual activist agenda, you know that we have a lot to resist. However, today, we have encouraging news about one of our nation’s largest employers and the brave stance their shareholders have taken…
According to press reports, on May 30, a resolution to shareholders to broaden ExxonMobil’s equal employment opportunity policy to include “sexual orientation” and “gender identity” at the 2012 annual shareholders meeting in Dallas, Texas, ….
…was defeated “after 80 percent of its shareholders voted against” the resolution.
This is the 13th consecutive year in which the shareholders of the nation’s largest oil corporation have voted to uphold their current policy and not broaden it in order to appease the homosexual agenda.
Despite that, homosexual advocacy groups are still calling on ExxonMobil to approve the resolution that was voted down by the landslide 80% of its shareholders.
To contact them directly (please be polite and congratulatory):
ExxonMobil Shareholder Services
P.O. Box 43078
Providence, RI 02940-3078
(within the U.S. and Canada)