While profits from the Pride t-shirts will not go towards improving the life of any LGBT+ person, the statement noted that Primark is "a member of Stonewall, one of Europe's largest LGBT rights organisations." It added: "We are part of the Global Diversity Champions programme, which aims to ensure all lesbian, gay, bi and trans employees are accepted without exception in workplaces worldwide." More stories: BBC commentator and former British athlete Colin Jackson comes out as gay Manchester United face homophobic backlash after tweeting support for Pride
Hey everyone, just so you know none of the profits from Primarks pride products are going to LGBT+ charities, gr8 one lads pic.twitter.com/gsIGhHjG8Q— Robin Grace ✌🏻️ (@RobinGraceC) August 25, 2017
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