It seems hard to believe, but the backlash against Chick-fil-A has been smoldering since the summer of 2012, after founder Dan Cathy was quoted in the Baptist Press as saying he was “guilty as charged” when it came to believing in the biblical definition of the family unit.

Twitchy has chronicled extensively the circus that followed, which included vandalism, performance art, viral freak-outs, and an attempted mass shooting. But it still seems incredible that in 2017, people are still losing their minds of the very presence of a Chick-fil-A franchise.

Campus Reform reports this week that the student government at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh has been asked to pass a resolution asking the school to reconsider plans for a Chick-fil-A Express to open on campus this fall.

“I’ve tried very hard within the last semester and a half to promote this safe environment for the LGBTQ+ community,” said Rachel Coury, president of the Lambda Gay-Straight Alliance. “So I fear that with the Chick-fil-A … that maybe people will feel that safe place is at risk.”

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