Legislators continue to debate a bill that would stop schools from spending state funds on books that recognize or promote homosexuality.
[The] bill originally would have banned all schools and public libraries from buying novels with gay characters and other materials that depict a gay lifestyle. He has narrowed it to instructional materials and books for libraries at K-12 schools.
Allen said the new version excludes classics, like some Shakespeare, and would allow college theater groups to perform popular plays like "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" by Tennessee Williams.
I'm sure this is a reaction to public displays of affection between men that so many conservatives find offensive. I mean those sorts of things are what the religious right finds to be destroying America's moral fibre right?
Of course, they could also ask, "What no tongue with a Christian?"