Conservative personality Laura Ingraham has denied that she's anti-gay.

In an interview with Larry King, Ingraham, a former speechwriter in the Ronald Reagan administration, said that being called anti-gay was “inaccurate.”

When King asked whether Ingraham was once described as an “anti-homosexual,” she responded: “I'm sure I'm described as a lot of things that are inaccurate.”

“That was an unfair thing to say?” King asked.

“That was completely unfair. But this is what happens people will say you're this or that to try to demean your point of view and that is just as hateful, and that is just as negative, and that is just as stereotyping as they allege the other people are about them,” Ingraham answered.

“I'm a Roman Catholic and I believe that marriage is between a man and a woman. That having being said, people should be able to get benefits, and respect. Everyone should be treated with dignity.” (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)

While in 1997 Ingraham denounced her previous anti-gay rhetoric, as recently as March, in a The O'Reilly Factor guest host appearance, she appeared to agree with Dr. Keith Ablow when he said that gay marriage would inevitably lead to polygamy.

(Related: Keith Ablow, Laura Ingraham: Polygamy would follow legalization of gay marriage.)