via On Point (NPR):
Last week, Apple CEO Tim Cook made history when he became the first Fortune 500 CEO to come out as gay. And not just out, but proud and very clear about it. “I consider being gay,” Cook wrote in an essay in Bloomberg Business week, “among the greatest gifts God has given me.” It is striking that in 2014, this was still the first top tier CEO to be publically gay. And of course, being Apple, this is tip-top tier. In 29 states, you can still be fired for homosexuality. This hour On Point: Tim Cook’s coming out, and how it is today for gays in the American workplace.
Listen to the audio at the On Point website.