Yesterday, I posted an article about Warren Royal’s Bobbleheads.com being the producer of Chick-Fil-A bobblehead dolls (which were commissioned prior to the controversy). In the comment section, someone suggested that my post indicated that I was “backing chick-fil-a and encouraging others to do so as well.” That isn’t true (nor was it my intent), and today, I want to share something of interest on the other side of this debate.
If you are looking for information about boycotting the fast food chain restaurant, you need to look no further than BoycottChickFilA.com. The website on the domain name has become a resource for information about the boycott of Chick-Fil-A restaurants. There are articles dating back to September of 2011.
Similar to the Bobbleheads.com product, BoycottChickFilA.com was created prior to this particular controversy (although the first article does note that the reason for the site is basically the same reason as the current controversy: “Chick-Fil-A donates money to extremist, anti-gay, hate groups”...etc. A Whois search shows that the domain name was registered in January of 2011.
Again, I dislike political and religious discussion, but for the record, I like chicken, support gay marriage, and dislike discrimination and fast food restaurants.