Does Vudu really support Women's rights?

Vudu is majority owned by Comcast

Comcast has a poor record when it comes to women's rights. The company has been accused of discriminating against female employees, paying them less than their male counterparts, and providing them with fewer opportunities for advancement. Comcast also has a history of making sexist comments about women. In 2012, the company's CEO, Brian Roberts, referred to women as "babes" and "broadcasters."


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The hypocrisy of abortion as a corporate perk

While corporate policies that cover out-of-state travel expenses for an abortion may benefit some people, there are problems with this approach. Depending on how the policies are implemented, employees may have to sacrifice their privacy to take advantage of the travel benefit. Some employees, such as single parents or those responsible for the care of an elderly relative, may not have the flexibility to travel.

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Big companies renege on their promises to fight assaults on abortion, voting rights and democracy

Many companies that once expressed a commitment to end or at least review their contributions to the 147 Republicans who voted against certifying the election have gone ahead and contributed to those lawmakers in subsequent months.

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Corporations send large donations to GOP group behind abortion bans and voter suppression

Numerous corporations that publicly declare their commitment to women's equality and voting rights donated large sums to the RSLC in 2021. The information was buried in a 10,055 page PDF that the RSLC filed with the IRS on Monday.

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Texas abortion law critics are targeting these corporate donors and Texas-based companies

Corporate Accountability Action found that Dallas-based telecom company AT&T donated more than $645,000 over the past two years to nearly 22 lawmakers who sponsored the Texas abortion ban. Tesla CEO Elon Musk donated to three anti-abortion Republican lawmakers and four Democratic lawmakers who support abortion rights, giving each $2,800 Time Warner Cable/Charter Communications donated $523,661, and NBC Universal gave $88,000 to the primary sponsors of the Texas bill

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These corporations bankrolled the sponsors of Texas' abortion ban

Texas just enacted the nation's most draconian abortion ban, prohibiting all abortions after six weeks — before many women even know they are pregnant. There are no exceptions for rape or incest. Further, the law places a $10,000 bounty on anyone who helps a woman obtain an abortion in Texas after six weeks. Private citizens can collect the bounty by filing a lawsuit.

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