GLEAM originated as a private mailing list during the s. Members of the list successfully campaigned for sexual orientation to be added to Microsoft's anti-discrimination policy in In , group leaders pointed out that anti-gay actions had occurred, but "overt bias is extremely rare. GLEAM also lobbied for Microsoft to offer insurance and other benefits to same-sex domestic partners. Lobbying intensified after Lotus software offered these benefits to its workers.
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Capping a two-week brouhaha over Microsoft's fluid position on a state gay-rights bill, Chief Executive Steve Ballmer yesterday reversed Democratic Gov. Christine Gregoire, U. Jay Inslee and other supporters of the bill cheered the move. But people on both sides of the issue said Microsoft has had limited effect on the perennial legislation, despite national publicity the company received for its flip-flopping. House Bill , which would prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation, failed by one vote in the state Senate on April Microsoft supported similar bills in the past but shifted to a neutral stance this year.
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The new clip shows two women tying the knot before one updates her surname within the Outlook program. The commercial follows in the footsteps of Kindle Paperwhite , which has produced a similarly marriage equality-themed ad. Bob Witeck, who consults for Fortune companies on LGBT marketing and communications strategies, told the Associated Press that President Barack Obama's controversial embrace of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender LGBT rights has changed the playing field for corporate advertising in recent months.