ABOUT
We are an LGBT+ startup company - a small group of friends - artists/creative types.
Mission
Live, love, give...code.

To live the code is the essence of what we stand for and who we genuinely are.

To love the code is to be passionate about and apply it to as many aspects of our social being as we can.

To give the code is to share it, evangelize it, and want everyone you know to get a piece of it.

Identify yourself with pride.

Company Overview
We 2 have a dream…

That one day the world will accept the truth that all people, straight, and LGBT+, deserve equal rights and equal opportunity under the law.

That throughout the U.S. landscape, people from all walks of life will be able to live and work together in harmony, regardless of gender identity or sexual orientation.

That the Fortune 500 list will someday include a sizable percentage of LGBT+ owned and operated companies that reflect our economic power and population.

That a new corporate model be built on a foundation that supports mutual fellowship rather than individual greed.

CODE…decoded, represents a diverse group of entrepreneurs with various professional backgrounds working together to form one unifying message from the many voices in our community.

At code…decoded we are committed to validating our presence and securing our future by creating, promoting, and selling goods and services for the LGBT+ consumer. Through the intelligent use of the free enterprise system and a free market economy we will secure equal opportunity and equal rights under the law.

One Message...Your Voice.
LINKS
the code…decoded network surfing the web for news and entertainment to share with our LGBT+ community:   Laverne Cox Producing Powerful New Doc About Trans Prisoner CeCe McDonald 
Via: HUFFPOST
Transgender actress and “Orange Is The New Black” breakout star Laverne Cox is currently co-producing an important and compelling new documentary about the life and incarceration of CeCe McDonald.
Titled “Free CeCe,” Cox is producing the film alongside Jacqueline Gares in order to heighten visibility and awareness surrounding McDonald, a transgender woman of color in the midst of a “41 month prison sentence for defending herself against a violent, racist and transphobic attack in Minnesota which resulted in the death of one of her attackers.”
"CeCe’s story is one that should have been covered more in the press. Trans women, particularly trans women of color, experience disproportionate amounts of violence and not enough is being done to eradicate that violence," Cox said in an interview with “Persephone Magazine.” ”CeCe’s story in so many ways encapsulates the intersectional issues that lead to far too many of us experiencing violence. I wanted to do a piece that explores the nature of how race, class and gender affect violence towards trans women and also give CeCe a space to tell her story in her words in the context of a piece that truly values the lives of trans women of color.”
According to GLAAD, the film will primarily consist of Cox’s interview with McDonald in prison and explore the events surrounding what happened to her on that night in 2011, as well as her experiences being incarcerated in a men’s prison.
To learn more about “Free CeCe” or to make a tax-deductible contribution to the project, visit this website.

the code…decoded network surfing the web for news and entertainment to share with our LGBT+ community:   Laverne Cox Producing Powerful New Doc About Trans Prisoner CeCe McDonald 

Via: HUFFPOST

Transgender actress and “Orange Is The New Black” breakout star Laverne Cox is currently co-producing an important and compelling new documentary about the life and incarceration of CeCe McDonald.

Titled “Free CeCe,” Cox is producing the film alongside Jacqueline Gares in order to heighten visibility and awareness surrounding McDonald, a transgender woman of color in the midst of a “41 month prison sentence for defending herself against a violent, racist and transphobic attack in Minnesota which resulted in the death of one of her attackers.”

"CeCe’s story is one that should have been covered more in the press. Trans women, particularly trans women of color, experience disproportionate amounts of violence and not enough is being done to eradicate that violence," Cox said in an interview with “Persephone Magazine.” ”CeCe’s story in so many ways encapsulates the intersectional issues that lead to far too many of us experiencing violence. I wanted to do a piece that explores the nature of how race, class and gender affect violence towards trans women and also give CeCe a space to tell her story in her words in the context of a piece that truly values the lives of trans women of color.”

According to GLAAD, the film will primarily consist of Cox’s interview with McDonald in prison and explore the events surrounding what happened to her on that night in 2011, as well as her experiences being incarcerated in a men’s prison.

To learn more about “Free CeCe” or to make a tax-deductible contribution to the project, visit this website.

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