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(EDGE) A U.K.-based company removed a controversial "straight pride" pin from its website and from Amazon after some shoppers took issue with the badge, Newsweek reports.
Amazon Prime’s relationship with one of the largest LGBT film festivals provides more LGBT content for viewers.
As Amazon plans to build its second headquarters, one group is urging the location be in a state that protects LGBT people.
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Amazon has expanded its one-hour delivery service to Baltimore and Miami, after a four-month test run in parts of New York City.
(WB) In a little-noticed development, Amazon’s surprise announcement in September that it plans to open a second headquarters has prompted growing speculation on whether the corporate giant will consider a state or city’s laws on LGBT issues as a factor in choosing the location of the new headquarters.
Amazon executive Roy Price was suspended indefinitely after he had allegedly pressured a lesbian producer for sex and made lewd comments to her.
Apple has pulled a religious app allegedly portraying being gay as an "addiction," "sickness," and "sin" from the app store after a national LGBT-rights organization petitioned for its removal, shortly followed by Amazon.
Nearly 200 companies have now added their names to a letter to the Trump administration opposing new policy that would in effect erase transgender people from legal protections, increasing tensions between Washington and big business.
SEATTLE — A gay Eagle Scout from Maryland, a Seattle Scoutmaster who was fired for his sexual orientation and their supporters presented a petition Wednesday at Amazon.com’s headquarters urging the company to suspend donations to the Boy Scouts of America.
A transgender inmate who says she was called "it" and "some kind of animal" by guards who watched her shower has won a legal victory that forces the Maryland prison system to better train for how to treat transgender people, advocates say.