For the average business depending on all it's employees pulling their weight during these difficult economic times, "calling in gay" (the gays' twist on calling in sick) is the moral equivalent to the out of control juvenile delinquents rioting in the streets of Greece.
But note the location of this news story. San Francisco, where the majority of workforce is likely to call in gay.
For other places, how to win friends and influence people this is not. Calling in gay is not among the approved events for days off. Consequently the kindest employers should give these misguided souls written reprimands placed in the files. The best bosses will fire their sorry asses - a very appropriate consequence for these mindless protesters exercising perverse and inconsiderate judgement.
Won't the other workers who stayed on the job, understaffed, just ooze with so much appreciation and admiration for those who want to stick it to their co-workers and bosses to demonstrate how irreplaceable they are. On the other hand, a lot of those who were planning on calling in sick that day are likely to remain at work, sick.
It will be a sad day if the courts uphold any discrimination action brought by such gay radicals for being fired for their intent to sabotage and their disdain for the privilege of working.