Eat Chick-fil-A Guilt-Free With 'Chicken Offsets'
Offset money goes to support gay rights
By Liam Carnahan, Newser Staff
Posted Aug 5, 2012 11:44 AM CDT
This Thursday, July 19, 2012 photo shows a Chick-fil-A fast food restaurant in Atlanta. Its president, Dan Cathy, confirmed his opposition to gay marriage in June 2012.   (AP Photo/Mike Stewart)

(Newser) – If you love the taste of Chick-fil-A but loathe the company president's recent statements against gay marriage, you may want to head over to, a website that allows you to donate money to gay rights campaigns after you've wolfed down that spicy chicken sandwich. The website was started by Washington, DC, lawyer and activist Ted Frank, who says he loves the restaurant's fare but not "the guilt of indirectly supporting Chick-fil-A's stance on gay rights."

Frank tells the Huffington Post that giving money—$1 per offset—to groups like It Gets Better and the Williams Institute is a lot more effective than "depriving Christian groups of $0.0001 by boycotting Chick-fil-A." Frank isn't the only gay rights supporter coming up with creative ways to strike back at the eatery...

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Aug 6, 2012 10:44 AM CDT
all of this crap has gone over the top! good food go and eat bad food dont go. dont make no dif if your chicken was gay or not!
Aug 6, 2012 12:17 AM CDT
Here is chicken for thought… if you and your ‘partner’ were not having sex, you’d be just considered good friends, no different from two people sharing a residence for financial reasons. So that being the case and the fact that your brand of sex cannot result in having children, can you please explain to me why it is that people should be granted special privileges,benefits and rights solely on the type of sex they are having?
Aug 5, 2012 6:15 PM CDT
This chick fil A thing is so annoying. I would have hoped Gay Rights would have had a more meaningful battleground than "KFC vs Chick-Fil-A" The owner is an ignorant old timer, though. Open your mind, guy. It's 2012.