Is Corona really LGBTQ friendly?
Corona is owned by AB InBev
Ab InBev has achieved a perfect score on the most recent LGBTQ+ Corporate Equality Index report by the Human Rights Campaign organization. This is a great achievement for such a large employer, making it one of the best companies in the US to work for. Having said that, while the Corporate Equality Index purports to measure corporations' "public commitment to the LGBTQ community.", HRC's methodology excludes political donations. AbInBev's perfect HRC score is penalized given its sizable contributions to politicians that have been promoting anti LGBTQ+ laws across several states.
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Human Rights Campaign report on Ab Inbev
Ab InBev achieves top score on Human Rights Campaign LGBTQ+ Equality Index
by Human Rights Campaign
Bud Light has a very clear position on LGBTQ rights, which is summed up by their slogan, "The perfect beer for removing 'no' from your vocabulary." The company offers benefits to its employees that include domestic partner benefits and transgender-inclusive health care. It also participates in and donates to public events and organizations that support LGBTQ rights, and donates to politicians who support or don't support LGBTQ rights legislation.