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Boycott Battles: Do They Really Work?

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by Tim Curran


  • Anonymous, 2013-02-25 04:14:36

    I think boycotts are ineffective is because there are so many that its impossible to keep track of them all. I say to do the opposite of boycotts. Let us fill Chicafill locations with every drag queen, leather daddy, dyke, twink, gay parent, or any other gay person they don’t like. Basically to chase every biggot out if one of these vile places.

  • Anonymous, 2013-02-25 10:21:55

    I see your point, but the thought of actually giving even a dime of my money to an organization that I know doesn’t respect me is too disturbing. I suppose its good for Exxon/Mobil if they don’t miss my 8 to 10k a year. I certainly don’t miss patronizing them.

  • Anonymous, 2013-02-25 10:49:57

    Or better yet, just bring in the department of health

  • Anonymous, 2013-02-25 11:16:45

    The hetero population is getting fatter and fatter, and they keep eating. Want a double dose of reality, go to Disney World - the fattest place on earth. Remember when Space Mountain used to have 6 people in each rocket? Now it’s 3. I’ve never seen so many fat princesses. Pretty soon they’ll all be too fat to leave their houses. Boycott? Organized boycotts give the target too much information. Just quietly don’t buy their products and they’ll feel the economic pressure and wonder why they are losing business.

  • BOB KELLERMAN, 2013-02-25 21:09:18

    SMART BOYCOTTS WORK.... Raving to the general public about a business they like more than they like Gays is stupid, however. Chick Fulla Hate is located mainly in redneck areas, so when Boston and Chicago officials dumped on them for local political reasons, Gay organizations SHOULD have been more clever -- kiss-ins are for lesbians in 1975. As for announcing politely that Store X is unfair to Gays for Reason Y and letting folks make up their own minds -- smart boycott!

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