Moleskine Discriminates Against Pro-Life Group and Christians

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Moleskine Discriminates Against Pro-Life Group and Christians

Bradley Mattes   |   September 27, 2016

If you shop at Moleskine you might want to reconsider.  It specializes in notebooks, diaries, journals, bags and reading accessories related to travel.  According to its website, their philosophy is world culture, travel and personal identity—unless you’re pro-life or a Christian.  Moleskine refused to print the logo of Texas Right to Life on notebook covers saying it was too controversial.  They also discriminate against all religious groups and churches by refusing to do business with them.  However, they brag about supporting the Global Fund, which promotes abortion around the world.  The Moleskine website claims they’re an apolitical company; all the while doing printing that supports controversial political issues like global warming and sexual health.  One more example of corporate intolerance and hypocrisy.

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