Fischer: It Is Impossible To Be An LGBT Role Model
The American Family Association’s Bryan Fischer is unsurprisingly down on a California law that makes sure public school students learn about the accomplishments of historical LGBT figures. Fischer, who has previously said that “homosexuals should be disqualified from public office,” argued in yesterday’s Focal Point radio program that LGBT people can’t be considered role models “by definition.”
You know I say every day that we are fighting a winnable war, and here is more proof. A controversial law in California was enacted last week that’s going to require that lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender role models be taught, starting in kindergarten, in California schools. Ladies and gentleman, by definition, somebody who engages in sexually aberrant behavior is not and cannot be a role model, period, end of story.
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