Less than a week before the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) is set to decide whether to allow openly gay scouts, John Stemberger says anything with the word gay is “inappropriate for kids.”

Next Thursday, the roughly 1,400 voting members of the Scouts' National Council will consider a BSA proposal to end the organization's ban on openly gay scouts, but not leaders.

Stemberger, the founder of OnMyHonor.net, the coalition of Christian conservatives formed to lobby the Scouts on the issue, and the president of the Florida Family Policy, a group opposed to gay rights, told Tim Wildmon of the American Family Association that ban opponents simply want to “flaunt their sexuality [and] promote political, social agenda” to children.

He continued, “You look at anything that has the word 'gay' on it in our culture. A gay magazine, a gay blog, a gay website, a gay parade, you name it, it's gonna be guaranteed to be inappropriate for kids. And that's what we're talking about. We're talking about injecting hyper-sexuality and a leftist political agenda right into the veins of the Boy Scouts and it will utterly devastate it.” (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)