Tenn.'s 'Don't Say Gay' Bill Back and It Could Out Students to Their Parents
BY Christopher Rudolph
January 30 2013 5:30 PM ET
Like a homophobic phoenix, the "Don’t Say Gay" bill has risen from the ashes to "protect the youth of Tennessee" — and it includes a provision requiring teachers out gay students to their parents.
Tennessee state senator Stacey Campfield has reintroduced his infamous legislation that would prohibit schools from discussing homosexuality in sex education classes until after the eighth grade (even though schools in Tennessee do not teach sex ed before the eighth grade).
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