Linda Harvey won't wish gay dads a Happy Father's Day, media watchdog reported.

Harvey, the founder of the Columbus, Ohio-based Mission America and a frequent contributor to the conservative website, which is run by Joseph Farah, described ads by retailers JCPenney and Gap which feature gay male couples part of a “war on men.”

Harvey criticized the companies during a Father's Day message on her radio show.

“I read with astonishment that JC Penney is advertising Father's Day with an ad featuring two real life homosexual males who are in a home with kids. The ad says that a father is 'a swim coach, tent maker, best friend, bike fixer and hug giver – all rolled into one. Or two,' but actually no, only one person is ever your dad, the other parent is your mom. We need to keep repeating this unchanging truth,” she told her listeners.

“And they are not the only retailer going foolishly into sexual deviance. The Gap has a billboard ad currently posted in Los Angeles with the theme, 'Be One,' the photo shows two homosexual males closely embracing as if they are one.”

“Friends, fathers and males in general are under attack in this culture. There is not a war on women as claimed, but there does seem to be a war on men. Traditional males and fatherhood are under assault everywhere they turn. As we get ready to celebrate Father's Day, let's be sure to give extra attention and show our appreciation to those men, our fathers, husbands and sons, who are still, in spite of heavy pressure to be otherwise, faithful, loving and strong examples of the way God designed men to begin with,” she added. (Listen to the entire segment at