A group of parents in Winchester, Tennessee are protesting the formation of a high school Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) club.

According to The Tennessean, parents John Wimley and Chris Ball are encouraging parents to “stand against” the club meeting at Franklin County High School.

“If we do not ban together and stop this B.S. the next thing you know they will have F.I.M.A. (Future ISIS Members of America) #PutGodInSchoolsPlease,” Wimley reportedly wrote on Facebook.

A commenter on the page compared gays to drunk drivers: “We should change the constitution so that drunks can drive drunk, they were 'BORN THAT WAY' lets don't discriminate against these poor pathetic people and their life styles.”

The debate is expected to spill over to the Franklin County School Board's upcoming meeting. Supporters and opponents of the GSA are planning to rally outside the school auditorium where the board is scheduled to meet.

Student Allie Faxon told the paper that the club serves a useful purpose: “We all have common troubles. By having the club, even more people who aren't out can come and have a place to be themselves.”