Bryan Fischer of the Christian conservative American Family Association (AFA) hopes a closeted gay Boy Scouts of America (BSA) employee quits his job.

The employee said he would resign after five years on the job because of the BSA's policy banning openly gay scouts and adults.

A proposed policy change being voted on Thursday would end the prohibition on youth but not adults involved in the program.

“I spend 14-hour days and 80-hour workweeks promoting the Scouting program and providing the best possible services to build and retain membership,” the anonymous employee wrote in a Time post. “I do this with honor because I am a product of the program. I am an Eagle Scout and a member of Scouting's Honor Society. I've dedicated more than two decades of my life to the Boy Scouts of America – first as a Scout and now for over five years as an employee.”

“The proposed resolution to allow openly gay youth is a good first step, but it cannot stop there. If the resolution to repeal the ban on gay Scouts is approved, dedicated gay adult volunteers and employees, like me, will still be kept in the closet, and I will have no choice but to resign. For too many years, I eschewed relationships, felt uncomfortable around co-workers and was forced to remain cloaked in secrecy. I cannot continue to live in the shadows. It is not healthy, nor is it ethical.”

Citing the post, Fischer told his radio listeners that the Boy Scouts has “already been deeply infiltrated with an entire cadre of homosexuals who are masking their sexual preference.”

“When you take an oath to be morally straight that does not include lying through your teeth every day of your working life to your employer. That's not morally straight. And so we can only hope that he will keep his word and he will resign,” Fischer said. (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)