The controversy over Chick-Fil-A and same sex marriages is not going away anytime soon.
The president of Chick-Fil-A, Dan Cathy, created a firestorm after he said he's against same sex marriages.
"I don't support what he says, but I believe in free speech." said Adam Hoover.
Hoover is planning to participate a 'kiss in.' which will be held at Chick-Fil-A's in support of gay marriage. He's also a member of Marriage Equality Ohio.
"It hurts, all my life I've known I'm gay since 4th grade, and they wake up and question who you are?" said Hoover.
Hoover said gay Americans are just like everyone else and want the right to get married and raise a family.
He said some of the comments he's read and heard during the past few days have been shocking.
"I like to think I'm a Christian, but I was shunned from the church for being gay," Hoover said.
Supporters of traditional marriages and Chick-Fil-A's president said this issue is not about discrimination.
"It's not about taking anybody's rights or anything of that nature - marriage is between a man and a woman," Jeff McClain said.
McClain was one of thousands around Ohio who went to Chick-Fil-A on Wednesday to show his support for the company.
"I'm a Christian, and the Bible clearly states anybody can do anything they want, but the Bible also states that God created marriage between a man and a woman," McClain said.
Gay rights activists with Marriage Equality Ohio plan another protest on Saturday.
They will be outside at least five Chick-Fil-A stores across the state boycotting the company.
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