I grew up loving Chick-Fil-A. In college I would even go with friends to the 24 hour location by the Atlanta airport. I confess that on my recent visit to my parents, I ate there more than once. But I won’t anymore. This isn’t an assault on Chick-Fil-A’s free speech. No one is telling them that they can’t say what they are saying. But freedom of speech doesn’t mean freedom from the consequences of that speech. My boycott is about loving myself, and loving my friends, and refusing to put more money in the pockets of those who would deny us basic rights. Chick-Fil-A can continue to say whatever they would like, but we who disagree have the right to no longer fund their fight against equal marriage. I’ll miss the chicken, but I’ll enjoy knowing my money is going to companies that respect my family (and my understandng of what it means to be a Christian) more.