Proceeds are going to GLAAD.
Chick Fil-A Day was big... so was Chick Fil-Gay Day at Hearty.
Chick-fil-A's CEO and President Obama totally have the same stance on gay marriage, says some dope.
100% of all proceeds go to an organization that fights against Prop. 8.
Stars of food TV aren't into the chicken chain's public opposition to same-sex marriage.
Mayor Ed Lee tweeted on Thursday: "Closest #ChickFilA to San Francisco is 40 miles away & I strongly recommend that they not try to come any closer."
Meanwhile, the owner of the Hollywood branch, a friend of CEO Dan Cathy's, is trying to stem the controversy form hitting his front door.
The ongoing debate over the new food truck ordinance and the Chick Fil-A controversy.
This time it's the Rickster himself who's turning a new phrase.
Gay-supporting restaurants use Chick Fil-A controversy as fundraiser.
Did the troubled chicken chain make her up?
Boston Mayor Menino writes a letter to Chick-fil-A and is immortalized by the Taiwanese in a brilliant YouTube video.
Alderman wants to block Chick Fil-A. Is this a good thing?
Plus, Zach Braff berates Chick-fil-A on Twitter, Hotel Chantelle to kick off bingo nights, and more.
The mayor vows that the chain won't open in Boston.
Just because they don't support equal marriage rights doesn't mean they don't support everyone's right to give them money.
And Ed Helms says "so lame."
That little PR problem of theirs won't go away.