Throughout Pride Month, Chick-fil-A Restaurants Will Be Gay Only

In an effort to reverse the bad publicity that has trailed the fast food chain for years, Chick-fil-A has announced that throughout the month of June, their restaurants will be Gay Only.

Dating back to 2012, when the company was revealed to be opponents of same-sex marriage, Chick-fil-A has been at odds with the LGBTQ community. Many boycotted the chain’s fairly mediocre chicken sandwiches, while many others wondered out loud what the big deal was. The chicken is just OK and the sauce is decent. Is it the fries? Maybe.

In any event, Chick-fik-A seeks to extend an olive branch (with a side of waffle fries!) to the LGBTQ community by making all restaurants across the nation not just gay-friendly, but Gay Only. If you happen to be heterosexual, or cisgendered, you are still welcome at Chick-fil-A provided you foot the bill for at least one member of the LGBTQ community who happen to be dining on the premises.

A spokesperson for Chick-fil-A commented:

“We love gay people and we all watched the Queer Eye reboot. It seemed like the right thing to do for Pride Month. Aside from the senseless killing of animals that we batter and deep fry, we like to think we are a corporation with a heart. And as we all know, gay people have hearts, too. You can look it up if you want to. Anyway, our restaurants will be just for the LGBTQ community throughout the month of June.”

When asked about what happens on July 1st, when Pride Month is over, the spokesperson took a long drink of Cherry Coke and walked away without answering the question.

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