Here's how Tennessee Senator Stacey Campfield, the author of the resurrected "Don't Say Gay" bill (which not only forbids teachers to discuss homosexuality in the class room but forces them to out gay students to their parents), responds to his concerned constituents.
See screenshot above, via Imgur.
TMZ posts a similar letter, from a different citizen:
"I am appalled at your thought of [the bill] and how it will protect children. I [used] to be proud to call Tennessee my home but after this I am not so sure. Your mind set is pathetic as well as this bill. I encourage you to change your mind or you will make a bunch of people very upset. Imagine, if you have kids and one was gay, how this bill would affect them and you."
Replies Campfield to both people:
"You seem to have some serious, deep anger issues. Have you ever thought about therapy? I hear they are doing some wonderful things with medications these days.
Yours in service, Sen. Stacey Campfield
Watch Campfield talk about the 'Classroom Protection Act', AFTER THE JUMP...