Chick-Fil-A Kiss-In Protestors Harass Homeless Man

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While attending Friday night’s ‘Kiss-in’ protest outside Chick-fil-A location in Chicago where few of the same-sex couples took the opportunity of kissing in public, simultaneously used the protest as a means of harassing an old homeless man. Gays and lesbians should never be treated badly or discriminated. But the very same principle applies to others also. They do not have the right of harassing a person who is reciting Bible.

While attending Friday night’s ‘Kiss-in’ protest outside Chick-fil-A location in Chicago where few of the same-sex couples took the opportunity of kissing in public, simultaneously used the protest as a means of harassing an old homeless man. Gays and lesbians should never be treated badly or discriminated. But the very same principle applies to others also. They do not have the right of harassing a person who is reciting Bible.

 Some of the group members confronted the man and engaged in theological debates with him. Others took the opportunity of mocking him while the video was being captured.  

As if all this was not enough, nearing the end of protests, someone from the group wrote on the sidewalk in front of the homeless man, “He’s Really Gay Deep Down,” with an arrow pointed to where he was seated.

If members of the same sex community expect sympathy, they must be ready to give it in return as well.

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