• Petitioned Urban Outfitters' CEO Richard Hayne

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Urban Outfitters' CEO Richard Hayne

Stop support for anti-LGBT rights politicians & show support for LGBTrights

    1. Braden Bjella
    2. Petition by

      Braden Bjella

      Whitefish Bay, WI

Urban Outfitters is a store that thousands of people shop at every day. However, not many people are aware of the fact that Richard Hayne, the CEO of Urban Outfitters, both actively supports politicians that are anti-gay and refuses to sell pro-LGBT rights clothing in his stores, a stance that is wrong to take.

Tell Richard Hayne that we aren't okay with his stance on LGBT rights, and if he refuses to change, we'll stop buying from his stores.

Recent signatures


    1. Reached 200 signatures


    Reasons for signing

    • Hollie Mackenzie ASHFORD, UNITED KINGDOM
      • about 2 years ago

      Pro-equality within one of the most contemporary high street stores, to forget old conservative views and get up to date (like their awesome clothes) with society. They should take their opportunity as a leading high street brand to promote equality for all.

    • Moira Landry SWAMPSCOTT, MA
      • about 2 years ago

      I fully support LGBT rights and loved the store until I found out this info. I've only made one purchase, but definitively won't be shopping there again until something changes. It's the 21st century.

    • Elizabeth Falino DOYLESTOWN, PA
      • about 2 years ago

      As someone who regularly shops at your stores, I had no idea that the CEO was anti-LGBT rights. LGBT rights are something that I'm very passionate about, and I hope that in time Richard Hayne will realize that all people deserve to love who they love and be who they are.

    • Cynthia Choy CONCORD, CA
      • about 2 years ago

      Urbanoutfitters is located in Santa Cruz and San Francisco, CA, two areas that have a LGBT supported community.

    • X X CA
      • about 2 years ago

      I live in Santa Cruz, CA. The LGBT community is significant here.


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