Before moving to Georgia, I lived in Hawaii until I was I had a friend who I had known since probably 7th grade. I would say it was a couple weeks before I moved to Georgia, it was the summer after my sophomore year of high school and I stayed at his house just as a kind of a last hoorah. We still had not any real contact with another male. So I was staying at his house as a little goodbye, and that night was a little different.
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Ever since the fast food chain's President and COO Dan Cathy confirmed that he is against gay marriage last month -- and records of the company's charitable arm's anti-gay donations were re-exposed -- a controversy has relentlessly raged pitting LGBT advocates and allies against those who support Chick-fil-A. Everyone from the mayor of Boston to Sarah Palin to the Jim Henson Company , which voided a relationship with Chick-fil-A after Cathy's comments, has spoken out on the issue. And just when we thought we'd seen everything, a new viral video has appeared on YouTube featuring two straight men who kiss -- to put it mildly -- at a Chick-fil-A in Hollywood to show their support for gay people. In the video, entitled "Chicken With A Side Of Hate," the men, comedian and actor Skyler Stone and his friend, comedian Mike Smith, freshen up on what seems like a ridiculous amount of toothpaste, mouthwash and breath mints, ask for advice on male-on-male kissing from two gay men and then advance hand in hand over to the Chick-fil-A on Sunset and Highland in Hollywood. Though some may argue that Stone and Smith missed the point of LGBT people's problem with Chick-fil-A -- that not only is Cathy against marriage equality but the company has also donated millions of dollars to anti-gay causes the comedians make purchases from the restaurant -- their hearts seems to be in the right place.