Chick Fil A has donated money to the Family Research Council. Link
The Family Research Council spent 25K lobbying the US government not to denounce CIVH Res. 1064, a bill in the nation of Uganda which would instate the death penalty for homosexuality. Link
It's not about "7 degrees", like you posted earlier. If you donate money to an organisation, as CFA does here, how does that presuppose they do not
support their stances on things like this?
Also, as you fallaciously tried to pin down, it's not about stopping aid relief to Uganda either.
Do you or do you not support OPEC in any way, shape or form? If not, please explain how you are not.
Do you or do you not support Uganda?
This is exactly "7 degrees" because you're attacking a business who supports an organization which is lobbying the US to support a law from an organization from another country.
As I said, if the "Family Council" did nothing but go around and kill gays themselves, then you might have a point; however, this isn't the Family Council's doing, it's Uganda. The Family Council supports a practice CHOSEN by the people of the nation, just like the countries from OPEC. You know, the people you support. So, it's childish to boycott them based on some indirect connection if you're doing the same thing with other organizations.
Don't get me wrong. I understand what you're doing and why. I somewhat did the same thing with Calvin Klein, but I realize that at the end, my actions will change nothing, I will lose out on something that I might particularly like and I still will somehow support the same type of thinking by supporting someone else without my knowledge. As long as you realize those things, then you're fine. If you deny those things, then you're just delusional.