A San Antonio GOP committee is promoting a resolution that demands the “repeal of our local governments' pro-homosexual policies.”

According to Out-in-SA.com, the resolution calls for the repeal of San Antonio's LGBT protections ordinance approved last year.

The “ordinance uses taxpayer dollars to: Allow men to freely use the women's restrooms, locker rooms and changing facilities; Gag any city board or commission member from speaking against homosexual behavior or be subjected to the removal from the group; Subject businesses run by people of faith to criminal penalties and expensive lawsuits if they refuse to provide services that conflict with religious beliefs relating to homosexual behavior,” the resolution states.

Backers also want the city and county to stop recognizing the partners of gay and lesbian employees for the purposes of benefits.

“[T]here should be NO granting of special legal entitlements or creation of special status for homosexual behavior. The Republican Party of Bexar County urges the repeal of San Antonio and Bexar County ordinances that have given special rights to homosexuals, and the repeal of city and county's taxpayer-funded, marriage-dishonoring 'domestic partner' benefit programs for government employees.”

The committee that drafted the resolution is chaired by Jack M. Finger (pictured), who is described by Out-In-SA.com as a “self-proclaimed homophobe.”

The resolution, which calls for the ouster of any Republican who does not endorse it, will be presented for a vote at the Bexar Republicans' county executive committee meeting on January 8.