So if you haven’t been hearing a lot about Chick-fil-A lately you probably live under a rock. 😛
It is now known that Chick-fil-A holds a anti-gay stance and donates money to anti-gay organizations. Now I see a bunch of human equality protests starting up at Chick-fil-A’s which is awesome! I’ve seen a few protests joined in by animal rights activists as well too. I know peta2 and other animal rights organizations like Mercy for Animals openly support LGBT rights, there probably isn’t an animal rights organization that doesn’t as that doesn’t make sense. I know I myself would be proud to protest against Chick-fil-A for both human equality and animal rights!
So this is basically just a post to try and help get the ball rolling. As now is a great opportunity to protest against a company that is against both human equality and animal rights.
But you can’t just live of off fruit and veggies, not everyone can && the people here really can’t afford high priced foods and to get nothing but vegan foods including vegan meat cost more then just buying 5 for 20 deal at Save-Alots. So you are just speaking for yourself not the people I know sorry.
@NicoleLynne: I grew up on food stamps and never had a problem being veg. I live in rural Ohio, and have to travel to another town to purchase any “special veg food”. However, even Save A Lot has a large selection of dried and canned beans, grains, and other vegan staples. You don’t need a specialty section in order to eat a cruelty-free diet.
mmm.. my reply didn’t show up, well anyways why would you go into a Chick-fil-A just to order a lemonade?.. It doesn’t sound too convincing anyway Chick-fil-A is just like Mcdonalds so since your an AR person why don’t you just band Chick-fil-A all together?
About the food stamps many people that are on food stamps still can’t afford to eat just veg. seen this with my own eyes especially here special veg food is hard to find therefore it aint cheap cheap.
It’s probably fair to say that every individual Chick-fil-A restaurant is different. @wendyportlynne is probably right in the fact that MOST restaurants are friendly and inviting. Remember that the anti-gay statements were only released by the CEO (he’s actually not even the CEO, his dad is), and they are NOT held by every single employee. @loveall It SUCKS that you had a bad experience. But don’t sweat it. If someone disrespects you, then don’t even waste your time on them. You’re too good for that!
And actually, I’m a Christian, but I’m not anti-gay. I probably wouldn’t hang a rainbow flag from my porch or anything, but I DO believe that all people are equal. Everyone deserves the same rights (such as to marry a person they love) and opportunities (such as being able to have a job or to serve our country). In fact, it’s RIDICULOUS to me that it’s something we even have to fight for! But, I guess it’s really true that freedom isn’t free.