I just want to say to those people who keep shouting about FURST AMENDMENT RIGHTS GOSH DARNIT: those of us who no longer or never did eat at chick-fil-a because they donate to hate groups are not suggesting they do not have this right. I don’t give two flying fucks if the guy who runs the place believes that traditional marriage is the only “right” marriage, that Reptilians are in the government, or that we all originate from a giant noodle-based god in the sky. What I DO care about is preventing my meager dollars from going to fund these hate groups by patronizing an establishment who donates a portion of their profits to support them. Do I think this will ever bring said establishment to its knees? No, but I can go to bed at night, secure in the knowledge that I’m not knowingly funding an organization that thinks I, as a gay woman, need to die or be “cured” by a man or otherwise don’t deserve the same rights as a human being on this planet just because I happen to prefer women to men. This is my right as well. Do I really care if anyone else eats at chick-fil-a? Not really. What I don’t understand is how when oreos aired their pro-gay commercial and traditional marriage supporters everywhere immediately claimed they would never buy a single oreo product again - as is also their right, not to support a company they know to be contributing to a cause they do not agree with - they did not realize that is exactly the same thing marriage equality supporters are doing when it comes to chick-fil-a. Funny how it works like that.