IFI's Higgins again compares gays to thieves, substance abusers, plagiarists
Speaking on the subject of initiatives geared toward curbing the very real and undeniable problem of anti-LGBT bullying in public schools, Illinois Family Institute senior researcher Laurie Higgins contributes this little nugget:
"They wouldn’t have anyone come into a school; they wouldn’t show films, have skits or activities in which there are theft, plagiarism, promiscuity, substance abuse, kids called names like druggie,” she says. “In order to eradicate bullying, you wouldn’t have them come in for fear of affirming those behaviors.”
—Laurie Higgins, speaking to the American Family Association's One News Now
Spoken like a true bully.
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