chick-fil-a controversy

The fried chicken chain is opening a store location in Manhattan's Herald Square.
The other day a coworker asked me for my lunch order. At that point my stomach was already beating me to death, and I was ready to trade my firstborn child for a ham sandwich. I asked him where we were ordering from, and he said, "Chick-fil-A. Mmmmm!" I was torn.
Moreno, for his part, did not take part in Reilly's lunch and rejected the gift on the grounds that "I am vegetarian and
There's an advertisement in a Dayton, Ohio newspaper offering $25 Chick-fil-A gift cards to every married, heterosexual couple that attended a May 19 event honoring "biblical marriage."
Chick-fil-A CEO Dan Cathy has a long history of coming out against gay marriage in support of what he describes as "the biblical
Given my personal and professional passion for branding (as owner of a brand design agency), paired with lots of contemplation on gay rights, I have been curious about how the two intersect.
Video of a humorous Chick-fil-A prank which shows two gay men "trading" their homosexuality for a chicken sandwich is making
As the article notes, the statistics left some officials "confounded." In addition, the news seems to contradict a recent
We don't want to make too many assumptions based on Chick-fil-A's notorious anti-gay history, but does anyone else find this
Free speech and religious liberty is a civil rights issue. I would never seek to limit the First Amendment rights of other individuals. Chick-fil-A has a right to free speech, but we have a right to push back against its discriminatory practices.
After working at Chick-fil-A for nine years, a now former employee says he resigned in protest in August because of the company's
Just last week, you brought us hopeful news. But how quickly hope has faded! Chick-fil-A's public statement late last week called its giving "mischaracterized" and your claims "incorrect." This is starting to look familiar. In fact, I think a lot of us gay guys can tell you exactly how this goes.
On Thursday, the company released a statement on their corporate website in response to Moreno's claims, defending their
Writer Lucas Grindley points out that "Ride for the Family" is a fundraiser for an organization with a known opposition to
Among those to praise the document was Rick Garcia, policy advisor for TCRA, though he noted his organization still hoped
I have never been certain whether the cloud that swept over the faces of the Chick-fil-A staff was because they believed their cow drop had somehow been rigged (and for the record, it had not), or because their ecstatic prize winner turned out to have an extra mom.
Last night, while watching the Georgia Tech vs. Virginia Tech football game on ESPN, I saw a series of short Chick-fil-A advertisements. I'll admit that Chick-fil-A's marketing strategy is typically pretty smart. But one commercial wasn't so cute. It was definitely not smart.
Though we received no further information regarding exactly which "campus leaders" were present during the meeting, a number