In addition to being rated as the top gay-friendly brand in tech, Apple was an early supporter of domestic partnership benefits.  From a 1994 post:

Our position was to make our benefits equitable,” says Bill Keegan, spokesperson for Apple Computer Inc., which made same-sex domestic partner benefits available to its 12,500 employees worldwide last year. “We don’t want to define what a family is.”

The video below was put together by Apple employees (not Apple), and features “Don’t Worry” from avant cellist Zoe Keating.

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