Apple CEO Tim Cook Marches In Gay Pride Parade

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Apple CEO Tim Cook marches in gay pride parade in San Francisco

Apple CEO Tim Cook marches in gay pride parade in San Francisco.

A number of Apple employees and his fans took pictures with him at the march.

Apple CEO Tim Cook marched in this years gay pride parade on the streets in San Francisco. While Cook has never addressed his sexuality, he was happy to march alongside his fellow Apple employees to show their support for pride. Thousands of Apple employees showed up wearing specially designed pride t-shirts for the event.

Apple spokesperson Michaela Wilkinson shared Apple’s reason for marching,

“Apple believes equality and diversity make us stronger, and we’re proud to support our employees and their friends and families in this weekend’s celebration.”

Apple employee, Jonathan (aka @QWERTYthon) posted this update on Twitter,

Cook had been part of a discussion on CNBC’s Squawk Box on Friday, where they discussed openly gay CEOs, and Cook’s name came up. Many are implying that the news channel accidentally outed Cook. We’re not sure whether Cook taking part in a pride parade was in response to it, as he was a surprise attendee.

Cook tweeted his support after the event,

Watch the awkward moment on CNBC’s Squawk Box, where they discuss Apple CEO Tim Cook’s sexuality,
Source: Advocate

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