Amy Kushnir, a co-host of the Dallas morning talk show The Broadcast, stormed off the show Wednesday morning as the four women discussed ESPN's broadcast of a kiss between NFL draftee Michael Sam and his boyfriend, Vito Cammisano.

An emotional Sam reached for Cammisano when he learned that he had been picked by the St. Louis Rams in the seventh and final round of this year's draft, making Sam the first openly gay player to be drafted by the NFL.

Co-host Lisa Pineiro introduced the topic of “the kiss seen around the world” as a celebration.

But Kushnir said the kiss was “wrong” because she does not “want it in my face.”

“When parents do not have a choice about whether or not they want their children to see this, it is wrong,” Kushnir said. “He has every right to do what he wants, I just don't want it in my face.”

After suggesting that she objected to the airing of all kisses, Kushnir stated that “ESPN would not have aired any of it had he been kissing his wife.”

“This was an opportunity to make news,” she argued.

Of course, ESPN routinely shows athletes kissing their wives or girlfriends after a victory or loss.

Courtney Kerr argued that making homophobic remarks was “gay racism.”

“It kind of comes off as being racist toward homosexuals,” Kerr said of the criticism.

“You can't say what you feel without being persecuted, if it doesn't go along with mainstream,” Kushnir said.

“It's all one-sided,” Suzie Humphreys said. “It all has to do with social media. And I represent a lot of people that are sick of it.”

As Kerr and Pineiro continued to pull apart Kushnir's arguments, she ultimately stormed off the set, stating that she was “going to Midland!” (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)

On Twitter, Kushnir replied “that's right!!!” when a follower defended her actions: “What Amy did was up close & unscripted, just like the show.”