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Chick-Fil-A Store Manager Spills the Beans on Controversial Restaurant

| by Michael Allen

Chick-fil-A has been through a PR nightmare recently because of the anti-gay comments of its CEO, Dan Cathy.

Now, a Chick-fil-A manager has gone on the social media site Reddit.com to spill the beans about his job.

The manager remained anonymous, but Reddit.com confirmed his identity, reports BusinessInsider.com.

When it comes to pro-gay protesters, the manager said: "I accommodate protesters. Ask them if they would like anything to drink. I only ask they keep off the property. Even angry protesters find it hard to get mad when they realize we are just ordinary people. August 3rd is national gay kiss day at [Chick-fil-A]. I'm sure that will be fun."

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The manager denied that there are anti-gay bigots actually working at Chick-fil-A: "I honestly can say I don't think I've ever worked with anyone who was a bigot. I've worked with evangelicals and I'm sure they had certain views, but one of the most influential people I worked with was a Republican and a Christian. I'm neither, but he helped get me into the position I am. I owe that guy a lot."

He added that some gays work at the fast food eatery: "The views of Dan Cathy do not represent anyone's views. During the interviewing process my religion never came into question. We also have a few homosexual employees. I get along well with all of my employees. I can tell you I'm sure they are upset. Just like most of us."

The million dollar question about controversial CEO Dan Cathy, prompted this answer: "Dan Cathy doesn't 'hate' gays either. He just doesn't think they should be allowed to marry and I'm sure he doesn't believe they should start families."

"What the public sees is what we see. It's no secret they are a religious family. They value religion and they try to implement forms of religion into the company. I.E. having off on Sunday, free kids meals for bible school graduates, etc."