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Will the price increase to get into Philly Pride this year going to change any of your plans?

Should Brendan Eich have resigned as CEO of Mozilla because of his 2008 opposition to marriage equality?
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<b>Miyumi Fair</b><br />
student<br />
Lansdowne<br />
“Yes, he needed to go. True, this is America; you’re entitled to free speech. But some things you just don’t do if you’re a public figure. Being against marriage equality is one of those things.”
Miyumi Fair
student
Lansdowne
“Yes, he needed to go. True, this is America; you’re entitled to free speech. But some things you just don’t do if you’re a public figure. Being against marriage equality is one of those things.”
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<b>Margie Martino</b><br />
singer/songwriter<br />
South Philadelphia<br />
“Yes. That mindset is outdated. If you’re going to hold an important position in a company, you should be open-minded. If you can’t accept all segments of society, then don’t deal with people. In this day and age, his views are completely unacceptable.”
Margie Martino
singer/songwriter
South Philadelphia
“Yes. That mindset is outdated. If you’re going to hold an important position in a company, you should be open-minded. If you can’t accept all segments of society, then don’t deal with people. In this day and age, his views are completely unacceptable.”
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<b>Georgia Vass</b><br />
homemaker<br />
Lafayette Hill<br />
“Yes. I don’t think people who hold positions that shape public opinion should be able to discriminate. He took the public’s money and spent it for a discriminatory reason. That’s unacceptable. If he kept his opinions private, it would be different. I’d have some sympathy for him.”
Georgia Vass
homemaker
Lafayette Hill
“Yes. I don’t think people who hold positions that shape public opinion should be able to discriminate. He took the public’s money and spent it for a discriminatory reason. That’s unacceptable. If he kept his opinions private, it would be different. I’d have some sympathy for him.”
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<b>Brendan Vise</b><br />
bartender<br />
Point Breeze<br />
“Yes. His views are unfair. I agree he has a right to his views. But the LGBT community also has a right to speak out about those views. And the market spoke. It was a business decision.”
Brendan Vise
bartender
Point Breeze
“Yes. His views are unfair. I agree he has a right to his views. But the LGBT community also has a right to speak out about those views. And the market spoke. It was a business decision.”
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<b>Brendan Vise</b><br />
bartender<br />
Point Breeze<br />
“Yes. His views are unfair. I agree he has a right to his views. But the LGBT community also has a right to speak out about those views. And the market spoke. It was a business decision.”
Brendan Vise
bartender
Point Breeze
“Yes. His views are unfair. I agree he has a right to his views. But the LGBT community also has a right to speak out about those views. And the market spoke. It was a business decision.”
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<b>Georgia Vass</b><br />
homemaker<br />
Lafayette Hill<br />
“Yes. I don’t think people who hold positions that shape public opinion should be able to discriminate. He took the public’s money and spent it for a discriminatory reason. That’s unacceptable. If he kept his opinions private, it would be different. I’d have some sympathy for him.”
Georgia Vass
homemaker
Lafayette Hill
“Yes. I don’t think people who hold positions that shape public opinion should be able to discriminate. He took the public’s money and spent it for a discriminatory reason. That’s unacceptable. If he kept his opinions private, it would be different. I’d have some sympathy for him.”
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