"I am French, I'm gay. Most homosexuals do not want marriage or adoption." So said Nathalie Willencourt, the founder of Homovox, a group that advocates the rights of homosexuals. Contrary to the claims of the secular media, Willencourt believes that most homosexuals, including herself, want neither marriage nor the adoption of children and thus disagree with the bill President François Hollande says he will sign that would normalize homosexual marriage. In an interview with Tempi – an Italian website – Willencourt said, “A homosexual couple is different from a heterosexual couple because of the following simple detail: we do not create life.”
Gay French leader denounces gay marriage
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