Much like Gordon Klingenschmitt, Linda Harvey demonstrated on her radio show today that she also does not understand the difference between asking for acceptance for other people who are gay and forcing everyone else to be gay as well.
According to Harvey, who once likened gay tolerance to believing the sun orbits the Earth, the real problem facing students today is not bullying, but anti-bullying programs that are "selling gay behavior."
Harvey cautioned parents to keep an eye out for the efforts of the anti-bullying group GLSEN, which she said will be using pledge cards, posters, t-shirts, signs, and all kinds of merchandise as part of a "re-education" plan to "pressure" students during Ally Week.
"It's not appropriate for schools to allow this since, once again, it's a backdoor way to get people to give approval to known high-risk, immoral, troubling behavior," said Harvey, who went on to insist that schools should actively be trying to prevent students from participating in Ally Week since "no responsible organization or school should be selling gay behavior to kids in the first place."
Much like her friend Janet Porter, Harvey appears to be deliberately trying to confuse the difference between asking kids to show acceptance and asking kids to drop their pants and bend over right in the classroom.
There should never be anything controversial about asking people to just respect their differences and leave each other alone.