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.
Meanwhile, the chain's suburban footprint continues to increase. Chick-fil-A currently has 12 Chicago-area locations outside
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."
The event, hosted by the Cornerstone Baptist Temple (you can see the ad below), was not sponsored by Chick-fil-A or any of
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
Also on The Huffington Post: Bad news for those angered by Chick-fil-A's stance toward lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender
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.