These donations come a week after PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan's bizarre email.
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Last week, PlayStation president Jim Ryan sent out an email to employees urging them to "respect differences of opinion" when it comes to thoughts on abortion rights. He then went on to talk about cats and how he wants a dog as they "know their place."

This week, both Sony and Insomniac Games are donating $50,000 each to the Women's Reproductive Rights Assistance Project (WRRAP).

The Washington Post reports that Insomniac CEO Ted Price sent out an email to his staff about the donation. Price says that Insomniac is donating $50,000 and Sony is matching them with another $50,000. Employees are also free to make their own individual donations through the PlayStation Cares program. This same report says that Sony plans to create a program that will provide financial assistance to any employee that may need to travel out of state in order to receive reproductive health care.

Sadly, it seems as though these donations won't be publicly shouted from any corporate rooftops. Neither Sony nor Insomniac have publicly mentioned these donations. In the email to staff, Price said that employees are not allowed to explicitly mention Insomniac or Sony in their social media posts about WRRAP. Insomniac is also not allowed to make any public statements about reproductive rights.

"There would be material repercussions for us as a wholly owned subsidiary [if Insomniac tweeted about the donation]. Among other things, any progress that we might make in helping change [Sony Interactive Entertainment’s] approach would be stopped dead in its tracks. We'd also probably be severely restricted from doing important public-facing work in the future."
Insomniac has also reportedly sent a document that is nearly 60-pages long to PlayStation Studios lead Herman Hulst. This document is reportedly "filled with messages from employees urging leadership - Ryan, in particular - to 'do better by employees who are directly affected'.”

Insomniac Games tend not to shy away from expressing themselves when it comes to important issues. Their most recent release, Spider-Man: Miles Morales, even including a large in-game piece of art in support of Black Lives Matter (pictured above).