Partially Unnecessary Polarization

by Feb 1, 2013Culture, Mission0 comments

LGBT leader Shane Windmeyer on his personal meetings with Dan Cathy of Chick-fil-A:

During our meetings I came to see that the Chick-fil-A brand was being used by both sides of the political debate around gay marriage. The repercussion of this was a deep division and polarization that was fueling feelings of hate on all sides. As a result, we agreed to keep the ongoing nature of our meetings private for the time being. The fire needed no more fuel.

An interesting and instructive article. Read the whole thing here.

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