Cynthia Nixon, Mandy Patinkin and Alan Cumming are adamantly opposed to Chick-Fil-A.

The fast-food chain has become a cause celeb among social conservatives after CEO Dan Cathy was criticized for saying that gay marriage is “inviting God's judgment on our nation.” Cathy also conceded that his company gave millions to groups which oppose gay marriage, support therapies aimed at “curing” gay people, and advocate the criminalization of gay relationships.

Several demonstrations – one in support, another opposed – have taken place since Cathy made his comments, increasing awareness of the company's stance on the issue and resulting in a strong association between the brand and opposition to marriage equality.

Sex and the City's Cynthia Nixon, who married her wife in New York earlier this year, said she would never patronize the eatery.

“People who are against other people's civil rights, I have no interest in their chicken,” she told The Huffington Post. “No chicken!”

Mandy Patinkin agreed: “If you don't protect everyone's rights now, one day your son, daughter, nephew, granddaughter, grandson will not have their rights, and then it will be too late. Plus there's better chicken to be had.”

Denis O'Hare, who returned this season to HBO's True Blood, said he wouldn't eat at Chick-Fil-A because “I don't eat shit.”

With a sassy snap at the end, the actor added: “[B]usiness and politics don't mix, so you will never see my sorry ass in a Chick-Fil-A. Nuh uh!”

(Related: True Blood's Dennis O'Hare marries boyfriend in New York City.)

Alan Cumming, another gay married actor, said the issue wasn't about freedom of speech.

“Bigotry is not included in freedom of speech, to me,” he said. “When people are giving money to actively persecute other people, I think the public should know about that and shame them. This whole 'freedom of speech' argument is absolute shit.”