Organizer Kayla Foster holds a sign “Luv Mor Peepul” outside the Chick-fi-A at Caruth Haven and North Central Expressway on Friday where she helped set up a kissing booth for gay and lesbian couples. The restaurant chain came under fire earlier this week after its president said it opposed gay marriage. Opponents of the company’s stance organized the “Kiss Mor Chiks” campaign where they encouraged couples to show up at Chick-fil-A’s around the country and kiss each other.
Larry Farris, right, and partner Tyler Savage pose for a photo off Chick-fil-A property at Caruth Haven and North Central Expressway on Friday, while holding a sign promoting their rights.
Opponents of the Chick-fil-A’s stance on gay marriage hold signs outside the eatery at Crauth Haven and North Central Expressway on Friday.
Skye Newkirk, far left, joins others at the hold signs outside the Chick-fil-A at Caruth Haven and North Central Expressway opposing the company’s view on gay marriage.