It's amazing how far-reaching the AT&T gaywashing scandal turns out to be. Now, Equality California, which also has the AT&T official and former Heritage Foundation staffer Troup Coronado on its board, has admitted to supposedly being duped by the "trojan horse" letter opposing net neutrality, having sent it to the FCC. And they have now retracted it. And now the San Francisco LGBT Center, which has taken over $100,000 from AT&T has been revealed to have backed the merger of AT&T and T-Mobile with a letter to the California regulators. The corporate buy-up of LGBT groups appears to be more widespread than anyone imagined.