Columbus, OH -
Christian conservative Linda Harvey on Tuesday accused school anti-bullying programs of "selling gay behavior."
Harvey, the founder of the Columbus, Ohio-based Mission America and a frequent contributor to the conservative website WND.com, told her radio listeners to watch out for the group GLSEN, which works to create a safe space at schools for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender teens.
Harvey criticized the group's upcoming Ally Week
, taking place this year on October 21-25, describing it as part of a "re-education" plan to "pressure" students.
"It's not appropriate for schools to allow this since, once again, it's a back door way to get people to give approval to known high-risk, immoral, troubling behavior," Harvey stated
. She went on to urge schools to cancel Ally Week since "no responsible organization or school should be selling gay behavior to kids in the first place."