The Christian conservative group Faith 2 Action on Wednesday released a short video clip of an upcoming film in which a teacher likens gays to smokers.

In the clip, a teacher gives a smokers history lesson to a group of young students. She reads portions of the book Heather has Two Cigarettes (a take off of the lesbian book Heather has Two Mommies). The book's back cover alters the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network's acronym (GLSEN) to read Glad Little Smokers Enlist Now. The lesson learned is that Heather should share her cigarettes.

When one child says she's a non-smoker, another student accuses her of being a “smokerphobe” and the teacher threatens punishment.

After the scene ends, the film credits the Journal of Epidemiology as concluding that “homosexual behavior is up to three times more dangerous than smoking.”

“We don't promote smoking in the schools, so why would we promote something even more dangerous?” the film's producers ask.

Later, the film interviews Gary Glenn, the head of the American Family Association's Michigan chapter and a failed candidate for the U.S. Senate, who said that homosexuality should be discouraged with campaigns similar to those against smoking.

“If you really care and love somebody, you don't want them to be involved in behavior that's going to make them die earlier,” Glenn says. (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)

A previous clip from the movie mocked coming out by comparing being gay to adultery.