AT&T has had a 'same rights for everyone' policy since the 70s. Great!
Phonecompany AT&T takes a stand against Russia's anti-gay laws: http://www.hrc.org/blog/entry/att-condemns-anti-lgbt-law-in-russia-sets-example-for-other-olympic-sponsor Great!
But what was their stand a couple of years ago when homosexuals in the US army got beat up just for being homosexuals and the government's stand was: 'It's their own fault. Stupid of them to let others know they are gay.' And what is AT&T's stand against the British 'clause 28' that allows landlords to expel gay people from their own homes and allows school principals to fire teachers who are openly gay?
Does AT&T know there are still states in the US that ban gay marriage and don't allow them to have the same rights as heterosexuals concerning adoption and such?
You would almost think AT&T has a big contract with the US army.