My take on Chick-fil-A

It's plain and simple, it's called freedom sprinkled with a little bit of respect. If we want others to respect our views, beliefs and ways of life then we have to do so for others as well. I have a mayor who is openly lesbian and she lights up Houston's city hall like a rainbow to support gay pride week. It's not everyone's belief but it's hers and therefore should be respected. Then I have a local fast food chain, Chick-fil-A, who has the opposite view on this subject and again they should also be respected. I don't look down or up on anyone unless there's hate involved. When we make a big deal of something, that's when it becomes important.

I try not to let others and their opinions get to me and regardless of what I believe in, this girl will be eating mo' chickin'. What, their food is good. My bottom line is nobody out there is gonna change my mind... Its done, my parents already did that or me. :)

Lorena Frith

Lifestyle Photographer in Houston, Texas