If the only way that RL can profit is by using labor in countries that are anti-LGBT, they have a horrible business model and should fail. Their clothes aren't exactly cheap, and they could probably make them in a western country and still make profit. Obviously not as large, but they would be able to support far more LGBT people with this if that is what they care about (which I think they do, and they should). The problem is that they want to look like they care, but the only thing they actually care about comes in the color of green, and it isn't the grass golfers play on.
Hahaha! You guys are funny!!! Christmas is a funny thing...I got two wedges and she got a Dyson and an irobot. She was pretty happy with her Christmas too...
I suspect I'll be using the Dyson a lot more though...so I guess it was more for me as well...lol!!
To me, the way you post is you want all or nothing. Basically, you want a word that is unrealistic. You can't donate to charity unless you are Mother Teresa because it is demeaning to the people you are donating to if you are not.
Here is the rub. What if RL goes to another country that has better LGBT policy for their manufacturing. What if that causes them to lose a ton of market share because their cloths prices go up. What if that causes them to cut funding to LGBT charities and fire employees who may be LGBT because they can't compete as well. I can easily see a scenario where you are doing more harm than good by going by your unrealistic ideological stance. The world is complex. Sometimes, you have to accept and work with the system you are in and still try your best to achieve a large positive change for good.