Comedian Skylar Stone protests Chick-fil-A by making out with another straight guy

Raising Hpe co-star makes statement with video called Chicken With a Side of Hate

Comedian Skylar Stone protests Chick-fil-A by making out with another straight guy
09 August 2012

Skyler Stone is best known for his role on the Fox comedy Raising Hope.

Now he can become known as an activist for LGBT equality with this new video called Chicken With a Side of Hate.

Stone recruited fellow comedian Mike Smith for this video where this pair of straight pals head to a Chick-fil-A and have a big, sloppy make out session to protest the chain’s stance against gay marriage and millions of dollars in donations to anti-gay organizations.

‘We wanted to make a statement about the grotesque opinions that the CEO of Chick-Fil-A has made about marriage equality. It’s disgusting, and I refuse to stand-by and watch in silence,’ said Skylar in a statement. ‘Chicken with a Side of Hate will hopefully bring humor to an otherwise unfunny reality and injustice targeting the gay community.’

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