Chick-fil-A funds group that hosts Drag Queen Story Hour

by Adam Ford · Dec 14th, 2019 1:46 pm

Chick-fil-A has donated $230,000 to homelessness charity Covenant House since 2017, LGBT website Pink News reports, noting that $100,000 of it went to a New York affiliate that provides "community space" to host Drag Queen Story Hour, the controversial program that stages events where men dressed in drag read stories to young children.

Drag Queen Story Hour's website confirms Covenant House New York as a "Community Space."

🔦 Chick-fil-A has come under fire recently for ceasing contributions to the Salvation Army and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, a move widely seen as the historically Christian restaurant chain acquiescing to a surge of LGBT protests.

Drag Queen story hour attracts protests nationwide as detractors believe it to be exposing children to sexual confusion and perversion. Multiple drag queen participants have been discovered to be sex offenders.


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