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Chick-fil-Antigay Donations

anti-gay, donations, anti-gay companyFast food chain, Chick-fil-A makes tasty chicken sandwiches, we know (The pickles!). But one secret ingredient that won’t have you gay blog readers licking your fingers is the company’s hatred for the gays. Yup, this company is rabidly homophobic.

Chick-fil-A is sponsoring a series of anti-gay conferences called “The Art of Marriage” in Pennsylvania. And by sponsoring, we mean using your lunch money to fund lectures about how you are going to hell for being such an immoral, little sinner.

This isn’t the first time Chick-fil-A has tossed their waffle fries money in the ring against you. In 2009 the food court fixture donated funds to antigay group, Focus On the Family.

Take your dollars elsewhere, boys and girls.

  • Aaron

    Chick-fil-A To our Facebook community:
    First and foremost, thanks for your patience as we made sure we gathered the facts in regards to recent postings. We have determined that one of our independent Restaurant Operators in Pennsylvania was asked to provide sandwiches to two Art of Marriage video seminars. As our fans, you know we do our best to serve our local communities,
    Thursday at 1:33pm via Chick-fil-A Publisher · Like · Comment
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    Chick-fil-A and one of the ways we do that is by providing food to schools, colleges, civic groups, businesses, places of worship, not-for-profit groups, etc. At his discretion, the local Operator agreed to simply provide a limited amount of food. Our Chick-fil-A Operators and their employees try very hard every day to go the extra mile in serving ALL of our customers with honor, dignity and respect.

  • Shannon

    Please get your facts straight before you go and make false accusations. They did not sponsor this series. One restaurant donated sandwiches to the event. And the series does not gay bash or hate gays. It just talks about the biblical meaning of marriage and what is considered a “traditional” marriage, which they are entitled to. Just because someone doesn’t support gay marriage, doesn’t mean they hate gays. The hatred is in you, unicornbooty. Because someone is different than you or has different views, you spread lies and defame a good company? Maybe it is time to look in the mirror!