Filed By Alex Blaze | February 08, 2011 2:00 PM | comments
Filed in: Media
Tags: Chick-fil-A boycott, LGBT, subvertising, West Virginia
This sign appeared at a West Virginia campus:
(If you can't see the image, it's a Chick-fil-A cow holding a sign that says, "Hate Mor Gay People.")
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I'm proud to say the Bay Area is one of the few regions of the country not served by this disgusting corporation. This is the same chain which fired a Muslim employee because... well, just because.
Embarassment works just as well as a boycott. No company wants embarrassment.
> "Julia Hall VP of BGLT Mountaineers said ... she wasn't sure fliers sympathize with anti- or pro-gay movements."
I'm glad there is some college student (?) out there who isn't a classoom potato.
But, the message must be unambiguous.
> "Morgantown PD ... officers inspect them ... said signs could be considered hate crimes depending on charges made by the court, if the company or a person who made the signs is found."
Hate speech? Really? How horrible!
(PSA. Activists demonstrating Free Speech should refrain from littering or violating private property, and follow all lawful ordinances ;-)