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recently published a cover story on Focus on the Family's shift away from politics back towards an emphasis on the family.
Backlash, surprisingly, has come from a brief mention towards the end of the piece about its budding relationship with TOMS shoes, a company that donates shoes to children for every pair sold.
After receiving criticism for partnering with Focus, founder Blake Mycoskie posted on his blog that "TOMS, and I as the founder, are passionate believers in equal human and civil rights for all." Mycoskie partnered with Focus on the Family for a "Style Your Sole" event with about 500 people on June 30.
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The partnership between Focus and TOMS prompted sites like Jezebel to question whether TOMS should partner with an "anti-gay, anti-choice group? Magazine started a petition on that has received about 500 signatures, asking TOMS to drop its relationship with Focus.
Here's what Mycoskie posted on his blog: Had I known the full extent of Focus on the Family's beliefs, I would not have accepted the invitation to speak at their event.
It was an oversight on my part and the company's part and one we regret.
In the last 18 months we have presented at over 70 different engagements and we do our best to make sure we choose our engagements wisely, on this one we chose poorly.
Furthermore, contrary to what has been reported, Focus on the Family is not a TOMS giving partner.
So there is no misunderstanding created by this mistake, let me clearly state that both TOMS, and I as the founder, are passionate believers in equal human and civil rights for all.
That belief is a core value of the company and of which we are most proud. Now the company is working to become a TOMS international distributor in Africa.
goes to press, the ministry is scheduled to highlight the work of Blake Mycoskie, the founder of TOMS, a company that donates shoes to an impoverished child for every pair sold. "We're making slow strides here." CT has contacted Focus for its response.
(Update: Focus responds here) Mycoskie has been attending Mosaic Church in Los Angeles, led by Erwin Mc Manus, according to a piece earlier this year from John Brown University's newspaper.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating