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.
@Wendyportlynee I went to order a lemonade there with my boyfriend and they told me “Go somewhere else, we don’t serve your kind here.” That is discrimination, much more it is also illegal. Their stance on marriage equality is definitely not putting an end to homophobia.
Ok look I work at chick-fil-a and Im bisexual. Chick-fil-a doesn’t discriminate against gay people, they serve all there costumers with the same respect and hire people according to their character and work ethic not their sexual orientation. The owner of chick-fil-a doesn’t agree with gay marriage but that is his personal opinion and he doesn’t discriminate against those who disagree with him. He was asked his personal opinion and he gave it, people need to chill out.
@SammyFord, yes, the president said some very anti-gay remarks, but it is the company that has donated millions to anti-gay organizations. Also, yes, it is the company’s right to donate to causes as they see fit, but they also have to stomach the backlash, which is what they deserve. It is like not buying products tested on animals, we are not supporting companies who abuse basic rights. (That was in no way meant to be offensive, just for the record.)
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