Human sexuality is as sacred as our life here on earth. Along this line of an undeniable kind of certainty, there is no way for us to question about a very difficult and yet critical decision to come out in the open; despite of those unbearable controversies that somebody has to excruciatingly undergo just because they had been true to them-selves as far as their real identity is concerned. Last Thursday, one of the top honchos of Apple had proudly admitted to the whole world that he is gay. After doing that very shocking admission, his statement which rattled the whole world would then result to a powerful resonating scheme which can make or break the kind of image that he had dynamically created all these years.

Apple's CEO Tim Cook is gay.

Apple’s CEO Tim Cook is gay.

Therefore, his unexpected announcement had been analyzed as a business-related catalyst as perceived by Blankfein.

He’s chief executive of the Fortune One. Something has consequences because of who does it, and this is Tim Cook and Apple. This will resonate powerfully.

On the part of Trevor Burgess, an open gay CEO of C1 Financial in Florida he said that Tim Cook was able to effectively use the metaphor of layering a brick towards the path of justice. Hence, he further added

But, This is more like 600 million bricks. He has the most influential voice in global business.

In the recent years, Apple’s Tim Cook was rumored be what he had admitted last week. So, it is no longer surprising most specially in the very intriguing and complex world of business growth and development. Likewise, report had it that Cook somewhere, somehow made use of this very controversial issue to capitalize on his firm’s overpowering strength. As we all know, Apple had successfully launched their newest and top of the line gadgets prior to Cook’s revealing announcement. Consequently, this multi-billion firm was able to make itself as one for the books. Furthermore, he had excellently hurdled the so-called glare of attention ever since he took over the post of Steve Job in 2011. From that vantage point of his, Cook had told Bloomberg.

I don’t seek to draw attention to myself.

Thus, he bluntly wrote.

If hearing that the C.E.O. of Apple is gay can help someone struggling to come to terms with who he or she is, or bring comfort to anyone who feels alone, or inspire people to insist on their equality, then it’s worth the trade-off with my own privacy.

For Blankfein, human sexuality is not something to be talked about just like a chronicle in a movie that a given person had watched. But it has to be perceived like this one.

No one owes the public such a deep view of his personal life. People underestimate how hard this is. But someone had to be first. For Tim, this was a commitment to make life easier and better for others. It was a generous and courageous thing to do.

Conclusively, Tim Cook must be admired because he had courageously admitted the real score as far as his sexuality is concerned. Over and above anything else, there is nothing wrong with being a member of the third sex for as long as it does not interfere with his job.

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