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Wal-Mart Must Stop Using Corporate Funds To Promote Homosexuality, Says Conservative Group

( [email protected] ) Dec 19, 2014 03:22 PM EST

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Wal-Mart has given major grants to homosexual/transgender events and organizations, including $25,000 to $50,000 to the Gay & Lesbian Victory Fund. Jae C. Hong/AP

Walmart is increasingly catering to the homosexual-bisexual-transgender agenda, recently donating thousands of dollars to the Gay & Lesbian Victory Fund.

In response, a Christian Conservative group titled Americans For Truth About Homosexuality (AFTAH) is urgently calling on Americans to urge Wal-Mart to stop supporting homosexuality and gender confusion (transgenderism) with corporate funds.

"During the Christmas season, we should focus on honoring God and His Son, Jesus, who came to earth to die for our sins," says AFTAH President Peter LaBarbera according to Christian Newswire.

"Wal-Mart has done much good in the world, but celebrating politically correct sins-homosexuality and transsexuality-only dishonors God and incentivizes Wal-Mart's own workers to embrace immoral and confused behavior patterns in their lives. Walmart needs to get out of the sin promotion business and at least return to neutrality on the homosexual/transgender issue."

Wal-Mart, a pro-homosexual business, recently gave large amounts of money to homosexual/transgender events and organizations, including $25,000 to $50,000 to the Gay & Lesbian Victory Fund-a group which works to help put homosexuals, primarily Democrats, in political office.

Giving corporate dollars to pro-homosexual groups like GLVF increases Wal-Mart's score on the 'Corporate Equality Index' (CEI), which is put out annually by the pro-LGBT group Human Rights Campaign.

Wal-Mart's pro-homosexual/transgender CEI score is now 90 percent-up from 40 percent in 2008. In 2013, the company boosted its numbers significantly after granting homosexual "domestic partner" employee benefits and running a full-page pro LGBT ad in a New York City magazine titled "Pride Guide."

However, according to Charisma News, the CEI scoring system is "rigged" and "completely biased against social conservatives." For example, if Wal-Mart were to give a grant to a pro-family, pro-traditional marriage group like AFTAH that opposes gay marriage, it would lose 25 points, according to the CEI scoring system.

The Christian news source warns that Wal-Mart may receive the extra 10 points it needs to reach a perfect "100-percent" score on the CEI scorecard if it decides to provide "transgender health benefits," or, paying for sex reassignment surgeries as an employee health benefit.

AFTAH is urging Americans to ask Wal-Mart to stop promoting homosexuality and gender confusion with its corporate dollars. The group is also asking supporters of traditional marriage to call Wal-Mart's headquarters at 479-273-4000 or use their Contact Page to "politely express your concerns about Wal-Mart "going gay" and turning its back on godly morality and traditional marriage."