By the way, not only did I not see any sexual identity in that, I didn't even see very much of SpongeBob either. Rachel LaFortune: If not, he may still "make you gay" A music video that used SpongeBob and other popular children's characters to promote diversity and tolerance was attacked by James Dobson, founder of the right-wing Christian group Focus on the Family, for being a vehicle for pro-gay propaganda. Now On Now on Page Six. The video is being made available to public and private schools nationwide this month. Email required. A clash between Christianity and Communism.
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Get the latest on Americans United news and actions in your inbox. The video has appeared on television networks, and nothing in it or its accompanying materials refers to sexual identity. Dobson called "sexual identity. Monitor their textbooks and the words of their teachers.
The video in question was produced by a group called We Are Family Foundation.