Author Topic: NEW s Universitys LGBT Students Fear Arrival Of Chick-fil-A [gay warning!!!!]  (Read 7336 times)

they aren't wrong surprisingly
cuck-fil-a is stuff

you are stuff, friend

Okay, too be fair, their waffle fries aren't that bad.

But the chicken is unholy.

chick fil a is the goddamn best at everything wtf
especially the peach shakes we get in the summer ofc

chick fil a is the goddamn best at everything wtf
especially the peach shakes we get in the summer ofc

Chick-fil-A is some grade A good stuff

chick-fil-a got the buns hun

Last gay man on earth desperately fends off mob trying to inject him with the Chik-Fil-A in the year 2030


chick fil a is anti-LGBT but its not like the guy behind the counter is gonna reach over and punch you how would they even know youre gay unless you are over the line. if you dont want to support anti-LGBT movement, dont go to chick fil a, its that easy, even though you dont really help a significant amount by stopping by for a lunch once per week.

on the other side, if you read deeper into the article and the articles source "fear" is out of context. theyre not fearing chick fil a:

theyre fearing potentially being marginalized, which is a believable worry to have.
im also reading their campus news and it seems they are just going to get more voices together and are settling things between the students and chick fil a. its pretty clear this is just something blown up by the media lol. what a surprise.
students and their LGBT group just want to maintain what they have built, and chick fil a just happened to have a questionable past.

chick fil a is anti-LGBT but its not like the guy behind the counter is gonna reach over and punch you how would they even know youre gay unless you are over the line. if you dont want to support anti-LGBT movement, dont go to chick fil a, its that easy, even though you dont really help a significant amount by stopping by for a lunch once per week.

on the other side, if you read deeper into the article and the articles source "fear" is out of context. theyre not fearing chick fil a:

theyre fearing potentially being marginalized, which is a believable worry to have.
im also reading their campus news and it seems they are just going to get more voices together and are settling things between the students and chick fil a. its pretty clear this is just something blown up by the media lol. what a surprise.
students and their LGBT group just want to maintain what they have built, and chick fil a just happened to have a questionable past.
so if opening a fast food restaurant in the same vicinity immediately discredits your movement, how legitimate of a movement was it in the first place?

what kind of logic is that?

"oh guys, looks like a mcdonalds just opened up down the street. looks like we can't be vegan anymore"

so if opening a fast food restaurant in the same vicinity immediately discredits your movement, how legitimate of a movement was it in the first place?

what kind of logic is that?

"oh guys, looks like a mcdonalds just opened up down the street. looks like we can't be vegan anymore"
This.

so if opening a fast food restaurant in the same vicinity immediately discredits your movement, how legitimate of a movement was it in the first place?

what kind of logic is that?

"oh guys, looks like a mcdonalds just opened up down the street. looks like we can't be vegan anymore"
This.

it was about the potential risk of marginalization. also your brown townogy doesnt really consider the complete context behind chick fil a's actual past that is being factored in by the students.
i actually said this in my first post so youre not really going anywhere

But you eat chicken there not gay people.


I enjoy seeing inconsistent users selectively debate certain issues. I remember one or two of the people here went all "Businesses and politics/opinions should stay seperate!" on budweiser and now they won't even say a word about a business that expresses hate for a certain group of customers. Instead they're new line of attack is 'lol sjws having a breakdown'

You know who you are