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WATCH: Teacher's Shocking Assault On Gay Rights

HUFFINGTONPOST.COM - Tanya Ditty, a Georgia teacher and the state director of Concerned Women for America of Georgia, spoke against a Georgia bill this week that would ban discrimination against LGBT state employees -- like public school teachers.

During a House subcommittee hearing on House Bill 630, Ditty compared homosexuality to necrophilia, voyeurism, and pedophilia Think Progress reports.

In her testimony, Ditty cited cross dressers potentially using restrooms for the opposite sex as possible place for exploitation:

"There are 23 sexual orientations that fit under this definition and if this bill became law, then what we would be protecting for public employees is not only heterosexuality, bisexuality, pedophilia, transsexuality, transvestitism, I'm not going to read them all. Voyeurism, exhibitionism, feetism, zoophilia, necrophilia, klismaphilia and the list goes on. I teach in the public school system and I wonder if this would impact the public school system. And we have parents who bring their kids to school every day and expect the school to protect them. And what's going to protect our children if someone that is a pedophiliac comes in and gets a teaching job, is a bus driver, is a custodian, and they can be people that just want to prey on people and they will be protected with this law."
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