By Jase Peeples
Originally published on Advocate.com June 29 2014 7:00 PM ET
The subject of Apple CEO Tim Cook’s sexuality recently caused an awkward moment on an episode of CNBC’s Squawk on the Street during a discussion about the dearth of openly gay business leaders. But the fact that Cook has never said publicly whether he's gay – leaving others to awkwardly debate the subject on a number of occasions – didn’t stop him from marching alongside Apple’s LGBT employees at today’s Pride parade in San Francisco, according to 9to5Mac.
Take a look at several photos of the Apple CEO dressed in his #applepride t-shirt, celebrating LGBT that have begun making their way through the Twitterverse.
Selfie with my favorite CEO @tim_cook & @dsteele7 Love my company! #ApplePride pic.twitter.com/LuPNcjtCwW
— Jonathon (@QWERTYthon) June 29, 2014
Just saying hi to the CEO :) @tim_cook Officially the best picture ever. #applepride #apple #timcook #pride #sfpride pic.twitter.com/vH7eyOyrN5
— Daniel Soto (@sot0fied) June 29, 2014
Tim & me! #ApplePride pic.twitter.com/00TiFdPWcZ
— Justyna Horwat (@jhorwat) June 29, 2014
& people wonder why I don't just wanna quit my job. . #applepride pic.twitter.com/o98Uzj6KJe
— Brianna Fennell (@FashoBee) June 29, 2014