A portion of profits from every pint of Don't Be Mean To People will go to help the LGBTQ community grow, thrive, and find acceptance
The student at Burns High School was “floored” when he saw a video of himself using the restroom posted to social media
Statewide polling shows that 67% of people in North Carolina support protecting LGBTQ people from discrimination
“You ain’t changed what God put in you, that DNA. You can’t transcend God’s creation; I don’t care how hard you try"
“The role of a leader is to bring people together and stand up for the dignity and rights of everyone; not to spread hate"
"There's no reason anybody anywhere in America should be telling any child about transgenderism, homosexuality, any of that filth"
Mecklenburg County- soon to be the 13th NC jurisdiction to protect residents from discrimination based on sexual orientation & gender identity
State funding in excess of $2.6 million had been directed at 20 private schools, five that had LGBTQ+ discriminatory policies