The rainbow logo was apparently more prescient than we all thought:
Apple is publicly opposing Proposition 8 and making a donation of $100,000 to the No on 8 campaign. Apple was among the first California companies to offer equal rights and benefits to our employees’ same-sex partners, and we strongly believe that a person’s fundamental rights — including the right to marry — should not be affected by their sexual orientation. Apple views this as a civil rights issue, rather than just a political issue, and is therefore speaking out publicly against Proposition 8.I own a PC, I'm not gay and I'm not even sure if I'll ever get married but I still agree with every sentiment expressed above; it's going to take the support of more open-minded, progressive companies like this one to counter the massive influx of cash that's been pumped into this state by the Utah-based Mormon church. And just to stick with the dual theme, here's a great marriage equality ad:
Maybe it's just because I'm a politics junkie but the California constitution does look pretty good; is it admitting too much to say that justice turns me on too? You can read my previous takes on the right's movement to deny gay people the right to marry here and here.