The Gill Foundation's Queer Campaign to Punish Viewpoint Dissent
Tim Gill got hooked on computers in high school and majored in applied math and computer science at the University of Colorado, where he came out gay. In 1981, he started Quark Software on a $2,000 loan.
After Colorado voters in 1992 passed an amendment to their state constitution that specified "No protected status based on homosexual, lesbian or bisexual orientation," he established the Gill Foundation to advance the interests of LGBTQ Americans, and in 1999, he sold his stake in Quark for a reported $500 million to devote himself full-time to foundation work. The Gill Foundation underwrites research, polling, data analytics, litigation, and field organizing, while Gill Action, a...
has a BS in Computer Science and worked in software development with IBM until she hopped off the career track to be a full-time mom. She lives in Indianapolis, Indiana, where she works as Deputy Editor of Salvo and writes on apologetics and matters of faith.This article originally appeared in Salvo, Issue #46, Fall 2018 Copyright © 2022 Salvo | www.salvomag.com https://salvomag.com/article/salvo46/a-separate-equality