Nonetheless, I will never again grace the doors of a Starbucks. Not that I ever have. The only Starbucks coffee I've had was one cup seven years ago. On my last day at the bank I worked for, one of my coworkers who knew I had never gone to a Starbucks bought me one of their cups of coffee. Eh. I wasn't impressed, though the gesture was nice. For me, coffee is coffee. As far as I'm concerned the most impressive part of a can of coffee is a cheap price tag.
In any event, Starbucks has gone beyond simply throwing its support for abortion rights, which I expect from most of corporate America today. Nope. Starbucks has said it will pay actual money for its employees to travel to different states to get an abortion if Roe is overturned.
Again, I get why Corporate America long ago threw the Christian element of our heritage out the window. A faith based on 'Blessed are the Poor' is anathema to the bottom line. Plus, sexed up, drugged up godless narcissists with nothing but animal pleasures in this world are a marketing department's dream come true.
Nonetheless, I have my limits. When a company doesn't just endorse, but actively helps, grave and intrinsic evils, then by golly they'll never sell me my second cup of coffee if I have anything to say about it.