Chick-fil-A Pt. 2

When organizers of anything say to comeback to an event with their hopes of having more people show up, I alway get a little skeptical. But since the Chick-fil-A story broke it has been hot topic, and has pretty much everyone talking. Organizers of the “Kiss Mor Chiks” campaign told the local media to come back at 7 p.m., so taking a chance on my way home I decided to stop. I am sure glad I did, because these photos really round out the story.

Nicki Rios and Monica Salmeron kiss outside the Chick-fil-A at Caruth Haven and North Central Expressway on Aug. 3.

Gay activist Carly McGehee talks to the media outside the Chick-fil-A at Caruth Haven and North Central Expressway on Aug. 3. where she helped organize a “Kiss Mor Chiks” campaign.


Lesbian couples hold hand and kiss outside the Chick-fil-A at Caruth Haven and North Central Expressway as Dallas police look on during a “Kiss More Chiks” campaign.

2 thoughts on “Chick-fil-A Pt. 2

  • August 7, 2012 at 5:08 pm
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    Guess 8 people outside of Chick-Fil-A is clearly bigger news than thousands of people inside. Wow, two pictorials on the massively attended kissing booth and kiss-in protest. I imagine you are waiting for the new server to arrive so there is adequate storage space for the actual Chick-Fil-A appreciation pictorials. Some great usage of framing above to glaze over the pitiful turnout.

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  • August 8, 2012 at 1:22 pm
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    Wish I could have been there to support them but was out of state. Was planning on grabbing my BFF ( both of us are married straight moms) and smooching her on the cheek to show our support for gay marriage at the kissing event.The idea that gays will denegrate the state of marriage is laughable when you consider what we heterosexuals have done to it in the last half century. Gays marrying can only help that institution.

    Avid Reader, you reached an 11 on the Snark o Meter with that first comment.

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