13/07/2020 | Writer: Yiğit E Korkmaz
LC Waikiki told its employees "not to use rainbows in a way that can be perceived as LGBT, to decrease the number of colors used in the products and to differentiate the shades of colors".
"In June and July, rainbow, unicorn, rainbow+unicorn themes should not be used in a way that can create LGBT perception", textile company LCW said in an e-mail to its employees.
According to the article in SolGazete, the company said, "themes that can create an LGBT perception must be avoided" in the e-mail sent by LC Waikiki administration to a group of employees.
Additionally, the company's management wrote in the e-mail that "the number of colors used in the rainbows must be decreased and the color shades used in the rainbows must be differentiated from their originals".
Also, a folder titled "LGBT symbols" was attached to the e-mail. This folder contains global symbols of the LGBTI+ movement.
Tags: human rights, labour