Christian conservative Linda Harvey has proposed sanctuary cities where LGBT people have no rights.

In a op-ed this week, Harvey, president of the Columbus-based Mission America, responded to the jailing of Kim Davis by calling for the establishment of “sanctuary cities for authentic, lawful, man/woman marriage.”

Davis is the elected clerk of Rowan County, Kentucky who spent five days in jail for refusing to comply with a federal judge's ruling ordering her to issue marriage licenses to all qualified couples. Citing her religious beliefs, Davis has ignored the Supreme Court's June ruling striking down gay marriage bans in all 50 states.

“Think about how great life would be in those cities,” Harvey said of her proposal.

“Family life would be much healthier and safer in these cities. Keep out the vile ‘gay-pride’ parades as well as harassment lawsuits against bakers and florists. And how about no pro-homosexual lessons in school, falsely implying that some people are born homosexual, or born to mutilate themselves by sex-change surgery? Also, no ban on counseling for teens who have same-sex attractions. And the local media, if they tried to distort the truth in the current popular fashion, would find local advertisers withdraw.”

“Imagine the freedom to live the truth. No one in such cities would be arrested or sued or fired or demoted over marriage, or have a TV show canceled, or be kicked out of grad school, or lose a consulting contract, or be mocked, or given a failing grade for supporting only man/woman marriage, or be prevented from preaching the whole Gospel. Marriage sanctuary cities are a wild proposal, but why not? It's not just a good idea – it's the law.”