There’s no such thing as a gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgendered person. No, really.

What inspired her to enlighten us with this? The GLSEN Sports Project, which is

Changing the Game: The GLSEN Sports Project is an education and advocacy initiative focused on addressing LGBT issues in K-12 school-based athletic and physical education programs. The Sport Project’s mission is to assist K-12 schools in creating and maintaining an athletic and physical education climate that is based on the core principles of respect, safety and equal access for all students, teachers and coaches regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity/expression and integrating these efforts into overall school plans to ensure a safe, respectful school climate and culture.

We just can’t have this, especially since there really are no LGBT people.

There’s one big fact that’s not backed up. There is no proof that there’s ever anything like a gay, lesbian or bisexual or transgendered child, or teen or human. One of the other things you’re gonna see as I mentioned is a big campaign GLSEN’s gonna roll out this year calling for ‘respect,’ respect! Not just for people, but for homosexual lifestyle. The PR campaign to hold up gay as a good thing: the lifestyle, not the person, because there are no such humans.

This is the same Linda Harvey, of Mission America who had this to say last year in the wake of a gay suicide rash:

One wonders if any of these kids ever heard a clearly articulated warning against homosexuality. Or were they faced with a continuous onslaught of pro-homosexual diversity lessons, novels and events like the “Day of Silence”? Were they surrounded with liberal teachers as role models and the bad example of a homosexual school club? What part did any of this play in the sad belief that homosexuality was an inevitable destiny, instead of a wayward yet changeable sexual inclination? Under almost continuous pressure to accept a lie – confusion and then despair may be the predictable result.

On top of all this, then, in some young lives come the bullies. They are a part of life, especially for boys. But for the young person with same-sex attractions, this is the final straw where they feel totally trapped, with internal feelings they have been carefully taught “cannot be changed” on the one hand, and harsh peer rejection on the other. Yes, it looks hopeless indeed.

Mission America is another one of the garden variety far-right Christian “ministries” designed to inculcate fear in people about homosexuality, Muslims, other non-Christian expressions of faith, particularly witchcraft and neopaganism, “feminist theology“, and “compromised Christianity” (meaning non-fundamentalist Christianity)

You cannot make this stuff up. Much thanks to Chrislove for reporting this on Daily Kos.  Now we’re enlightened. She knows more than anybody about the fictitiousness of being non-heterosexual. If only we would all listen to her. Who else has denied the very existence of LGBT people? Back about 15 years ago I was about as far right and homophobic as you could get, but even I accepted that such folks are real.