Turkish Clothing Brand LC Waikiki Bans Signs Resembling LGBT
Turkish ready-to-wear brand LC Waikiki has decided not to use colors and symbols that evoke LGBT in its products. Mustafa Varank, Minister of Industry and Technology of Turkey, supported and congratulated this decision of the brand.
Turkish ready-to-wear brand LC Waikiki has decided not to use colors and symbols that evoke LGBT in its products.
Speaking at the Opening Ceremony of LC Waikiki Yalova Logistics Center, Minister Mustafa Varank, targeting LGBTI+s, said, "I find it very valuable that LCW Waikiki takes this initiative when there is an imposition of LGBTI+ in the world."
Minister Varank said:
"He sent an e-mail to the group's employees and said, 'Please do not use signs that evoke LGBT in our products. Those who do not produce products related to them because we have sensitivity, we have a responsibility.' I find it valuable and I thank them very much.
Nobody should be sure. Whatever you do, if you continue to impose asexuality and undermine the concept of family, we will not say goodbye to anyone. We are against it. I believe the rest of such brands will come as well. With God's permission, we will continue to defend the family."