Reblog if you support gay rights.
[Saying someone shouldn’t be gay because it’s against your religion makes as much sense as saying someone shouldn’t eat a donut because you’re on a diet.]
[Image is of Sarah Palin and her husband at Chick-fil-A with the text:
It’s funny how people support more pro-gay companies by trying to show their support for a single anti-gay company.
Google, Apple, and Microsoft likely designed the OS on the smartphone used to take pictures at Chik-fil-A today.
These pictures were likely uploaded (using an Apple, Google, or Microsoft product) to the major social networks, Facebook and Twitter, over one of the major cellular networks, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile, or AT&T
The customers probably purchased a beverage with their meal, which was provided by Coca-Cola, the only beverage products available at Chick-fil-A.
If they used a credit/debit card to purchase their meal, they more than lkely used a Visa, MasterCard, or American Express card.
If they drove there, there is a high probability they used a car produced by Chrysler, Ford, General Motors, or Toyota.
What do all these companies, besides Chick-fil-A have in common? They are all PRO-GAY. So if you want to support the anti-gay bigots, you’re better off staying at home doing absolutely nothing. But make sure you aren’t using a computer to share your opinions, as the father of computer science and artificial intelligence, Alan Turing, was homosexual.]
I’m ok with this… Cause they can and did! I hope they still ate some chicken though cause chickfila chicken is good!! And you gotta support the gay and lesbian employees!!
[Two women kiss outside of a Chick-fil-A restaurant]
In which Jackson Pearce gives a perfect account of why Chick-fil-A’s anti-marriage announcement just wasn’t cool. One side note, though - because ENDA has yet to pass, it technically is legal for the restaurant to discriminate against LGBT employees in something like 30 states.
Such a good video!!!
If you’re going to boycott a company because they’re against LGBT rights… you might also be interested in supporting other companies because they support LGBT rights. The Human Rights Campaign’s annual LGBT Buyer’s Guide rates businesses on a scale from 0 to 100, based on whether or not they have policies that support LGBT employees.