Christian conservative Linda Harvey on Tuesday accused school anti-bullying programs of “selling gay behavior.”

Harvey, the founder of the Columbus, Ohio-based Mission America and a frequent contributor to the conservative website, told her radio listeners to watch out for the group GLSEN, which works to create a safe space at schools for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender teens.

Harvey criticized the group's upcoming Ally Week, taking place this year on October 21-25, describing it as part of a “re-education” plan to “pressure” students.

“It's not appropriate for schools to allow this since, once again, it's a back door way to get people to give approval to known high-risk, immoral, troubling behavior,” Harvey stated. She went on to urge schools to cancel Ally Week since “no responsible organization or school should be selling gay behavior to kids in the first place.”