RECENT  POSTS:  » Jodie Foster in 2013: 'I am'; Jodie Foster in 2014: 'I do' » AFA promotes its new app in only way it knows how » Robert Oscar Lopez says I perform 'psychological operations routine' on him when I quote his own words from his own web site » Matt Barber's ever-classy site suggests gay people are literally crushing fellow humans » Bryan Fischer is on to our comic book villain–in-chief » Southern Baptist Theological Seminary's Al Mohler 'can't give' us acceptance; good thing we're not asking » NOM fails to trip up Oregon marriage case » Audio: Tony Perkins equates opposing equality with opposing Nazis » 'WaPo' conservative columnist: 'Strident' marriage equality opponents have lost » If you feel like you hear about another marriage case every day, here's why  

« Go back a post || Return to G-A-Y homepage || Haul tail to next post »

07/27/2012

Alan Chambers: Chick-fil-A has donated to 'ex-gay' Exodus for seven years!

by Jeremy Hooper

If true, this is HUGE:

Screen Shot 2012-07-27 At 11.15.57 Am
[Alan Chambers' blog]

A few things. One, this is direct financing to programs that say gays can and should change. There is no denying that this goes WAY beyond marriage. It also goes WAY beyond credible science.

But not only that—Alan is saying that this donation came form THE COMPANY ITSELF, not the Cathy family as private citizens. That means that company money (i.e. the cash you fork over for waffle fries) went to Exodus International. As I said: huge (regardless of the relatively small dollar amount).

Pagebreak-114

*UPDATE: Now Alan clams he misspoke:

Screen Shot 2012-07-27 At 11.28.46 Am-1

As you surely know, Winshape is the company's charitable arm.

space gay-comment gay-G-A-Y-post gay-email gay-writer-jeremy-hooper


Your thoughts

comments powered by Disqus

G-A-Y Comments Policy


 
Related Posts with Thumbnails