People are lining up outside Chick-fil-A restaurants to show their support for the company.
We've had several calls to our newsroom about the lines at restaurants in Lexington.
Chick-fil-A's president Dan Cathy said last month he was "guilty as charged" for backing "the biblical definition of a family." He's received criticism from gay rights groups and others, who have called for boycotts of the chain.
"We want to show our support for Chick-fil-A and the fact that they stand for their values. They're closed on Sunday, we really appreciate that as Christians and we just want to show our support," explained Sarah Bolin, who waited in long lines Wednesday to purchase Chick-fil-A in Lexington.
People who oppose Cathy's stance have planned a "Kiss Mor Chiks" for Friday They're encouraging people of the same sex to show up at Chick-fil-A restaurants and kiss each other.
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