Old Navy: Sell Gay Pride Shirts in TN!
  • Petitioned Tom Wyatt

This petition was delivered to:

President: Old Navy
Tom Wyatt
CEO: Gap, Inc.
Glenn Murphy
Director of Public Relations
Tara Wickwire

Old Navy: Sell Gay Pride Shirts in TN!

    1. Evelyn Crockett
    2. Petition by

      Evelyn Crockett

      Knoxville, TN

Old Navy has announced that they will be carrying a line of Gay Pride t-shirts. This is a first for a major clothing manufacturer in North America and they at first said the shirts would be available in all of their retail locations.

Now though, they have decided these shirts will not be sold in Tennessee, North Carolina, or Kentucky. In light of the passing of the "Don't Say Gay" bill SB0049 in Tennessee the refusal to sell these shirts is nothing less than a company willfully turning their back on the LGBT community of a state currently at the center of a gay rights struggle.

Please sign this petition to show Old Navy that not everyone in Tennessee is backward, barefoot, and bucktoothed. The LGBT community of Tennessee has just as much pride as any other and should not be excluded from what could be a wonderful opportunity for a company to show their support for gay rights.

Recent signatures


    1. Reached 500 signatures


    Reasons for signing

    • Kieran Frey COURTENAY, CANADA
      • over 3 years ago

      SAY GAY <3

    • Melissas Starchild FRANKLIN, TN
      • over 3 years ago

      I would love to see all states included but at least why the decision not to make them available online?

    • Daniel Spohr MADISON, TN
      • over 3 years ago

      Please DO NOT wait until 2012 to include ALL states in the Love Proudly T-Shirt sales.

    • Kara Remington KNOXVILLE, TN
      • over 3 years ago

      Old Navy,

      Our LGBT community is under attack. Please consider reversing your decision.

    • Lenny Bullard OAKLAND, TN
      • over 3 years ago

      FOR THE LOVE OF GOD..its 2011---GET OVER IT...we arent going ANYWHERE....


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