Chick-fil-A Says They Do Not Approve Of Gay Marriage…

I have posted about this gay hating restaurant chain before, but this is by far the best gathering of information about Chick-fil-A’s bigoted and homophobic ways i have read. It breaks it all down for you. When you read below that WinShape is the charitable arm of Chick-fil-A, it is not an exaggeration by any means. WinShape was started by the OWNERS of Chick-fil-A. You can access their website through Chicks website. So again, before you go and spend your money at the fast food restaurant, just know that part of YOUR money is going to a charity that is fighting to deny YOUR rights….

Bet Chick-fil-A wishes this month would end. Over the past few weeks, the restaurant chain’s deep ties to the anti-gay movement have been exposed and uncovered by a number of activists, most notably Jeremy Hooper at Good As You. Whether it’s Focus on the Family, the National Organization for Marriage, the Pennsylvania Family Institute, or Exodus International, Chick-fil-A ties run deep.
Of course, the President of Chick-fil-A wants gay people to share no hard feelings. The restaurant will gladly feed homosexuals gobs of chicken sandwiches, after all. But when it comes to marriage, Chick-fil-A believes strongly that same-sex couples just don’t deserve equal rights.
As we wrote about a few weeks ago, Chick-fil-A’s charitable arm, the WinShape Foundation, has been particularly active in the fight against marriage equality. They’ve hosted conferences with some of the leading opponents of gay marriage in this country. A higher up at WinShape has even praised the efforts of anti-gay activist David Blankenhorn for working against marriage equality, and for articulating a solid reason why American culture should reject same-sex couples.
Now comes some email correspondence that Good As You has shared on their blog, where the WinShape Foundation’s Retreat Center – a center run by the charitable arm of Chick-fil-A — admits that they have a severe distaste for LGBT people.
The email correspondence goes a little something like this. Someone writes WinShape an easy question about whether their retreat center is open to LGBT people. WinShape’s response:
“WinShape Retreat defines marriage from the Biblical standard as being between one man and one woman. Groups/Individuals are welcome who offer wholesome, educational conferences and programs that are compatible with Biblical values and WinShape’s purpose,” WinShape wrote back.
Kind of some corporate speak, right? So the activist wrote back: can you just give a clear-cut answer? And WinShape confirmed:
“We do not accept homosexual couples because of the statement in our contract.”
read the full deets here
  1. Ozzy

    No more chick-fil-A for me. It is not that great anyway. Not getting anymore my
    Lesbian money.

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