Since 1995, Chick-fil-A's advertisements have been presented from the perspective of comedic, black and white cows. Looking through Chick-fil-A's brief history, the American food chain reveals a story about a group of "fearless cows, acting in enlightened self-interest" who realized that "when people eat chicken, they don't eat them."
On Sunday, a group claiming to be the “Chick-fil-A Foundation,” an organisation dedicated to the sanctity of traditional marriage, posted a video online where two members “trade in their homosexuality” for a free chicken sandwich.
The Civil Rights Agenda (TRCA), a Chicago-based LGBT advocacy group, is reporting that anti-gay restaurant chain Chick-fil-A has agreed to stop making donations to conservative groups opposing same-sex marriage.
Dan Cathy, the president of the popular fast-food chain Chick-fil-A, acknowledged his company’s anti-gay stance with the remark, “Guilty as charged,” in an interview with the Baptist Press.