Saturday, June 4, 2016

Comcast Profits Celebrating Pride

Comcast once again is exploiting our LGBT Pride Month by featuring a special collection of films & TV shows available on Xfinity On Demand for sale or rent in their LGBT Pride Collection. Jean-Claire Fitschen, Executive Director, Multicultural Consumer Services in Diversity stated, “Our company is committed to identifying & expanding opportunities for members of the LGBT community through recruitment, career development, supplier diversity & community investment. We also show our support through programming & in celebration of LGBT Pride Month, we have created a unique, curated On Demand experience that recognizes the impact & contribution of lesbian, gay, bisexual & transgender individuals.” This year some of the titles offered are Gayby Baby, Laverne Cox Presents: The T Word, MIND/GAME: The Unquiet Journey of Chamique Holdsclaw, Circumstance, Suited, Mala Mala, I’m So Excited & Four Moons. TV offerings include RuPaul’s Drag Race, Gay for Play, I Am Jazz, Big Freedia, EJ & the City, The Fosters & customers can also catch up on the full season of Gaycation. They’ve even throw in Here TV listings & the NetFlix series Grace & Frankie but all of these programs are offered at a price unless you have premium Comcast packages that include the network offerings. Comcast claims that “Diversity & Inclusion isn’t just an objective we strive to meet; it‘s critical to our success…” But don’t you agree that if Comcast really has a commitment to our LGBT community they would offer these programs for free to educate & advance global LGBTQ diversity.
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