Gay Financial Network
The Gay Financial Network was created by Walter Schubert in April 1998. It aims to single out businesses which practice discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation. It was the first gay-specific company to be advertised in The Wall Street Journal, on February 18, 2000 and has been seen as an example of the merging of gay activism with gay marketing.
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- Raeburn, Nicole C. (2004), "Winds of change outside corporate walls: external factors influence gay-inclusive poliicies", in Raeburn, Nicole C., Changing corporate America from inside out: lesbian and gay workplace rights, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, pp. 140–141, ISBN 9780816639984. Preview.
- Spurdon, Stephen (16 May 1999). "Money: As sound as a pink pound". The Independent. Independent Print Ltd. Retrieved 31 January 2016.
- Danuta Walters, Suzanna (2001), "If it's pink we'll sell it: gay entrepreneurship", in Danuta Walters, Suzanna, All the rage: the story of gay visibility in America, Chicago: Chicago University Press, p. 282, ISBN 9780226872315. Preview.
- Archive home page Gay Financial Network
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