U. of Kansas Runs Art Contest to Bash Chick-fil-A

The University of Kansas is hosting an art contest dedicated to criticism of the popular fast-food brand Chick-fil-A. The chain found itself at the center of a controversy when it opened a Chick-fil-A location on campus, resulting in the “But the Chicken’s Good…?” contest to allow students to express what “the presence of Chick-fil-A on campus signifies to them.” 

Protesters hold signs and shout slogans outside a Chick-fil-A food truck in a mid-day demonstration organized by the Human Rights Campaign in Washington on 26 July, 2012 after the fast-food firm's president Dan Cathy came out against marriage equality in the United States. The protesters accused Chick-fil-A of a long …

Federal Bill Introduced to Preserve and Protect Female Sports

Florida Republican Rep. Greg Steube has introduced a bill which aims to ensure that women and girls sports remain a fair playing field by prohibiting the use of federal funds to support any athletic event where a biological male identifying as a woman attempts to compete against biological female athletes.