An objective of the gay rights movement is to advance the rights of pedophiles, two social conservatives argue, media watchdog reported.

Linking gay marriage to pedophilia has long been a scare tactic of opponents, but generally the argument is made that allowing gay and lesbian couples to marry would invariably open the institution to other unions.

During Friday's Faith & Freedom radio broadcast, host Matt Barber, associate dean of Liberty University School of Law, and Judith Reisman, a visiting professor at the school, suggested gay rights advocates promote pedophilia.

The show singled out the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN), a suicide prevention non-profit that focuses on LGBT youth. Earlier this week, the Obama administration honored the group for its work.

“Part of the homosexual activist movement is GLSEN … they partner with the National Education Association and create a curriculum that seeks to indoctrinate children into the idea that homosexuality is normal, natural and good,” said Barber. “This sexualizes children and aren't they really running interference for the pedophile movement here? By sexualizing these children, making them receptive to potential advances from adults?”

Reisman agreed, saying that was the objective of the group: “And I don't distinguish them, this is all part of the pedophile movement.”

“[T]he aim of homosexual males, and now increasingly females, is not to have sex with other old guys and get married but to obtain sex with as many boys as possible,” Reisman added. “That's the reality. I wish it weren't, but it is.” (The audio is embedded in the right panel of this page.)