A week and a half after our sizzling expose on GLAAD’s bizarre support of the AT&T / T-Mobile merger, the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation, a media-monitoring organization that works to prevent the defamation of LGBT people in the media is now struggling to maintain its own image.
Due to the public outcry over GLAAD’s endorsement of the merger, which many believe to be a sell-out to corporate interests at the expense of a free and open Internet. And now, El Presidente Jarrett Barrios has offered his resignation.
He may be gone, but what’s really at stake here is net neutrality and the sad fact that most people have no clue how the internet even works.
When advocacy groups lose the ability to admit they made a mistake, all is lost. Why not just say we’re sorry and refudiate the endorsement?
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