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One thing that can consistently spark an outbreak of flop sweats among most marketers is the ongoing challenge of keeping up with the pace of culture. Ultimately, the stand on LGBT rights is about protecting the business, said the former executive, who declined to be quoted because of his continuing ties to Wal-Mart.
That is creating a new moment in the city, said D'Amico. Today, as marriage equality is becoming a right for all people in our country and as Caitlyn Jenner shines the light on her journey, we are, as a people, more open to talking about what makes us unique.
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He worries the neighborhood is changing too much with all of the new mainstream businesses coming in. Elizabeth Aguilera for LAist "There's less necessity to move into gay neighborhoods for safety," he said. For West Hollywood, where gay couples, who can now marry and have families, may be leaving for more suburban environs and some seniors may be retiring elsewhere there are still many aging gay residents who plan to stay.
It is also important to have visible LGBT role models across the organisation. They like it a little sexier," Block said.