A day after Kentucky Senator Rand Paul declared his opposition to LGBT workplace protections, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton responded with a “no.”

When asked Wednesday at a campaign event whether he was okay with LGBT people being fired over their sexual orientation or gender identity, Paul, a candidate for the Republican presidential nomination, answered that “things you do in your house” should not be “part of the workplace.”

(Related: Rand Paul: LGBT people should remain closeted at work.)

JoDee Winterhof, senior vice president for policy and political affairs at the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the nation's largest LGBT rights advocate, called on other GOP candidates to rebuke Paul's comments.

“The feeling when a GOP candidate says it's acceptable to be fired for being gay,” Clinton captioned a GIF on Twitter of herself from Tuesday's debate in which she smiles, then responds “no.”