The National Controversy Involving Chick-fil-A has Reached Kansas Universities

By | August 17, 2012


Chick-fil-A (Photo credit: Adam Kuban)

By now you should have heard how Chick-fil-A has caused a stir in the gay public eye. If you haven’t then you are in for a treat, especially if you are on a number of Kansas Universities.

Dan Cathy, who is the sitting President of Chick-fil-A restaurant, said that he supported what the bible says about defining marriage when he was asked during an interview last week about the topic of gay marriage. There are plenty of gay rights activists out there that want Cathy’s head on a spike and have called for the removal of Chick-fil-A out of every single establishment around the globe. What these activists don’t understand is that he is one man and that would put a lot of people out of work, including a lot of gays.

However, some Kansas Universities are getting into the mix but starting petitions to remove the restaurant from their campuses. The university released a statement though saying that “the university has no reason to believe that anyone has been refused service at Chick-fil-A on campus for sexual orientation or any other factor involving discrimination. If KU receives information that someone served on campus has been discriminated against, the university would work with Sodexo to review and address the situation.”

Some Mayors have went one step further and have blocked the building of further Chick-fil-A restaurants in their cities like Boston and Chicago; however, those cities already have 20+ in each, so there’s no need any more, as it is so their comments are just for politics.


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