Christian radio host Dr. Michael Brown from the syndicated "Line of Fire" programme has some beef with the NBA for its all-out support of the gay agenda.
Brown writes in an article for Charisma News that it was not enough for the NBA to celebrate the gay declaration of one of its players Jason Collins. It was not enough for them to impose stiff fines on players who make "anti-gay" comments.
It also was not enough for them to threaten to take away the All-Star game from North Carolina after the state passed House Bill 2, which prohibits cities in the state from enacting ordinances that will allow men to share restrooms with women and girls.
"No, the NBA had to take another, aggressive step, announcing that it is now partnering with GLSEN, the leading gay activist educational organization," writes Brown.
The GLSEN, or Gay, Lesbian, & Straight Education Network, is an organisation founded in 1990 that seeks to end LGBT discrimination, harassment, and bullying in schools. With the organisation's recent partnership with the NBA, fans of the basketball association can now get T-shirts of their favourite teams featuring a rainbow-coloured version of their logo.
Brown hopes that NBA fans will first consider what GLSEN truly stands for before purchasing a shirt. "GLSEN's radical activism dating back more than a decade, including: class activities for elementary school students such as 'Deconstructing Definitions of Family' and 'Discovering Your Inner Trannie' (meaning, of course, your inner transgender identity); a lesson plan that included a section on 'cross dressing and non-gender conforming clothing,'" he shares.
"And I remind you: This was what GLSEN was pushing more than a decade ago in our children's elementary schools," he adds.
Brown wonders how basketball players, especially those with conservative Christian or Muslim values, feel about the NBA's tie-up with GLSEN. "I thought this was the National Basketball Association, not the National Gay Association," he says.