129706 review-use-microsoft-software-products-practically use-microsoft-software-products-practically http://www.microsoft.feedback/review-use-microsoft-software-products-practically 11960 1 3 2 0 0 0 I use Microsoft software products practically on a daily basis, and have been very pleased with how productive they are. I must confess, however, that I am disappointed in Microsoft’s marketing decision to celebrate “Pride” month. Behavior that is, like it or not, detrimental to society at large and to the people who practice it should not be the topic of celebration. Instead, those living what is called the “LGBTQI” lifestyle need compassionate help to conquer their damaging and unnatural desires. I would encourage Microsoft to be more cognizant of users with Christian beliefs who do not appreciate seeing the subject of “Pride” in their Outlook inbox... <p>I use Microsoft software products practically on a daily basis, and have been very pleased with how productive they are. I must confess, however, that I am disappointed in Microsoft’s marketing decision to celebrate “Pride” month. Behavior that is, like it or not, detrimental to society at large and to the people who practice it should not be the topic of celebration. Instead, those living what is called the “LGBTQI” lifestyle need compassionate help to conquer their damaging and unnatural desires. I would encourage Microsoft to be more cognizant of users with Christian beliefs who do not appreciate seeing the subject of “Pride” in their Outlook inbox&hellip; </p> 2019-06-20T01:52+0000

I use Microsoft software products practically on a daily basis, and have been very pleased with how productive they are. I must confess, however, that I am disappointed in Microsoft’s marketing decision to celebrate “Pride” month. Behavior that is, like it or not, detrimental to society at large and to the people who practice it should not be the topic of celebration. Instead, those living what is called the “LGBTQI” lifestyle need compassionate help to conquer their damaging and unnatural desires. I would encourage Microsoft to be more cognizant of users with Christian beliefs who do not appreciate seeing the subject of “Pride” in their Outlook inbox…