On New York's gay rights parade (2000):
O'DONNELL: But let me tell you something! They -- homosexuals' special rights groups can get away with so much more than nobody else can!
COLMES: Well, what are they getting away with here, Christine? Tell me what you're seeing...
O'DONNELL: They're getting away with nudity!
FAY: Oh, right.
O'DONNELL: They're getting away with nudity! They're getting away with lasciviousness! They're getting away with perversion!
FAY: Oh, Christine...
O'DONNELL: They're getting away with blasphemy!
On Coors' decision to give benefits to gay employees' partners (1995, The Toronto Star):
Christine O'Donnell, press secretary of the 600,000-member Concerned Women of America, said her conservative group opposes the new Coors policy because, "We think that it legitimizes the homosexual lifestyle."
On Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual History Month (1995, St. Louis Post-Dispatch):
Christine O'Donnell, press secretary for Concerned Women, said, "The school system should be used purely for academia and not for social experiments."
..."The U.S. Supreme Court does not recognize the homosexual community as a minority group. We believe homosexuality is a chosen lifestyle, and it is reversible."
On the Ryan White Care Act, which "sought funding to improve availability of care for low-income, uninsured and under-insured victims of AIDS and their families." (1995, Concerned Women for America press release)