Dan Cathy

Find out the latest news about Dan Cathy, the antigay chief operating officer of Chick-fil-A. Dan Cathy's father and grandfather opened the first Chick-fil-A in 1967 in Atlanta. Forty-five years later, the company is one of the largest fast-food outfits in the country, with 1,608 restaurants, 61,000 employees, and $4 billion in sales last year. The fast-food company specializing in chicken has reported millions of dollars in donations to antigay groups including the Family Research Council, the Marriage and Family Foundation, and more.
Chick-fil-A's CEO Now Wiser on Marriage Equality Debate

Chick-fil-A's CEO Wiser on Marriage Equality Debate

Dan Cathy says his opinions on marriage haven't changed, he's just learned to keep them to himself.

Which NBA Team Endorses Chick-fil-A?

Which NBA Team Endorses Chick-fil-A?

Chick-fil-A has formed a business partnership with a professional basketball team in Florida.

Civil Rights Group Honors Chick-fil-A CEO, Draws Ire

Civil Rights Group Honors Chick-fil-A CEO, Draws Ire

Dan Cathy, with his history of antigay statements and donations, was a controversial choice for the Urban League of Greater Atlanta's Community Empowerment Award.

Is Chick-fil-A President Shy About Being Antigay?

Is Chick-fil-A President Shy About Being Antigay?

The president of Chick-fil-A once proudly declared his company opposed to marriage equality.

Emory U Gives Chick-fil-A The Boot

Emory U Gives Chick-fil-A The Boot

Emory's school newspaper, The Emory Wheel, announces that the campus will no longer support a Chick-fil-A

Not So Fast: Chick-fil-A Hasn't Ended All Questionable Giving

Not So Fast: Chick-fil-A's Questionable Giving Isn't Over

The fast food chain is highlighting the fact it stopped giving to a host of antigay groups. But some organizations remain that were considered questionable in the past.

The Chick-fil-A Coupon Strategy for Curing Homosexuality

The Chick-fil-A Coupon Strategy for Curing Homosexuality

A satirical group calling itself the Chick-fil-A Foundation has for a while now been mocking the notion that being gay is a choice. But it's latest tactic has by far gotten the most attention.

Top 10 News Stories of 2012

Top 10 News Stories of 2012

As far as the news cycle is concerned, 2012 was a banner year for LGBTs. From never-ending coverage of Chick-fil-A’s antigay ways to the president’s endorsement of marriage equality — and the collective conservative conniption that followed — these are the stories that topped our gaydar in 2012.

WATCH Uganda Parliament Speaker Pushes for Vote on Kill The Gays Bill

WATCH: Uganda's Speaker Seeks Vote on 'Kill The Gays' Bill

Upon returning from an international conference, Uganda's Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kagada, called for a parliamentary vote on the country's "Anti-Homosexuality Bill."

Gay Controversy May Have Benefited Chick fil A

Gay Controversy May Have Benefited Chick-fil-A

The fast-food chain saw an increase in patronage in the third quarter, when the uproar over its antigay donations was at its height, a market research firm reports.

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