News (USA) takes aim at Tennessee’s ‘Don’t Say Gay’ at school law

In this new video campaign, takes aim at the Tennessee legislature, which is considering a controversial bill — dubbed the “Don’t Say Gay” bill — that would prohibit teachers from discussing homosexuality in kindergarten through 8th grade classrooms.

Caution: Some viewers may find this snarky, f-bomb-filled video offensive, and definitely “not safe for work.”

The Tennessee Equality Project said there is no curriculum in Tennessee that discusses sexuality in grades K-8, and that the bill is unnecessary.

The bill “limits what teachers and students are able to discuss in the classroom,” said Ben Byers of the Tennessee Equality Project. “It means they can’t talk about gay issues or sexuality even with students who may be gay or have gay family.” is giving 25¢ for every Facebook “Like” or Twitter tweet of this video up to $25,000 to the Tennessee Equality Project.

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