Sony employees are angry because of the PlayStation president’s statements about abortion rights..!
Sony is setting an example for many other companies with respect to employees and their rights, but recently, a group of them received an email from PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan regarding abortion rights that made them feel angry at him.
According to Bloomberg, a group of Sony employees received an email from PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan, in which he talks about respecting abortion rights and the difference of opinion among employees. The first person to see this email was the well-known editor Jason Schreyer.
Game companies do not like to engage in humanitarian issues related to, for example, animal rights or abortion and others, and therefore we see many games of these companies, for example, treat animals in their games well so that the company is not accused of mistreatment of animals in games by the Animal Rights Authority.
Ryan sent an email to the employees telling them to respect abortion rights and differing opinions, and asked them to comment on the matter, but most of them refused, especially since in the email he mentioned a court case dating back to 1973 that legalized abortion.
Bungie, which was acquired by Sony, commented, for example, on the abortion decision as a direct attack on human rights and reproductive freedom. The purpose of the e-mail sent to the company’s employees is to tell the employees to respect each other’s opinion regarding this matter. He said the following:
We owe it to each other and to the millions of PlayStation users to respect the differences of opinion among everyone in our internal and external communities. Respect does not equal agreement.
But it is fundamental to who we are as a company and as a valuable global brand.
I’d like to share something fun to help inspire everyone to be aware of the balance that can help relieve stress caused by world events.
Ryan stamped the mail sent to the staff with a story about his house cat and how he celebrated its birthday and that one day he wishes to own a dog because, according to him, it is considered the best companion for man.
in turn, avoid touching on these topics, but we ask the question to you, our followers, do you see abortion as a freedom of opinion that is respected, especially since in our Islamic world it is considered a legitimately forbidden act…?