Bank of America has fired motivational speaker Frank Turek over his anti-gay marriage book. Earlier this year, California-based Cisco Systems did the same.

Turek is the author of Correct, Not Politically Correct: How Same-Sex Marriage Hurts Everyone. The 143-page book was published in 2008.

“I get a lot of flak for just actually agreeing with what a majority of Americans agree on and that is that marriage is between one man and one woman,” Turek said on American Family Radio, the Christian Post reported.

According to Turek, the bank effectively fired him three days before he was to give a productivity in the workplace presentation titled Why Can't You Be Normal Just Like Me?

“What does sexual activity, a person's sexual preference have to do with work productivity anyway?” Turek asked the bank in a letter.

He added that he wants all corporations to “stop trying to indoctrinate employees into accepting certain sexual behaviors, particularly homosexuality.”

In an op-ed published last week on the AFA's Rightly Concerned blog, the Charlotte, North Carolina-based speaker wrote that he's out to warn gay and lesbian people to avoid getting run over by a truck.