If you're gay, these days you must think that automakers simply love you. They take out ads in gay publications. They sponsor events. But Gaywheels.com, an established web site that covers automotive developments as they relate to gays and lesbians, says it can clearly show some automakers are more "gay-friendly" than others.
In particular, Gaywheels singles out the South Korean twin automakers, a Japanese brand and a German brand not for their cars or their ads, but their policies. The website says Hyundai and Kia, the two Korean brands; Suzuki and Porsche all fail to offer domestic-partner benefits for their gay, lesbian, bi-sexual and transgender employees. They are "non-gay friendly," according to the site. "We urge you to take their policies towards their GLBT employees into consideration when shopping for your next vehicle," the site writes.
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