Long before he came out publicly as gay, the Apple CEO had been an outspoken supporter of workplace protections for LGBT people at the state and federal levels.
Comedians, newsmakers, and fellow gay techies weigh in on Apple CEO Tim Cook's announcement that he is gay.
The act of transitioning should not be a fireable offense.
North Carolina Representative Robert Pittenger doubled down on previous comments that firing gay people was a freedom for business owners to enjoy.
President Obama may have signed an order to protect LGBT employees of federal contractors, but most LGBT people still live in areas without employment protections.