France: NOM Finds a Few French Gays Against Marriage Equality

Written by scott on January 10th, 2013

There is a small but YouTube-friendly group of French gay men who are opposed to marriage equality rights in France that have banded together to fight the country’s pending legislation. Banding together under the name Homovox, the group has released videos on YouTube detailing their opposition to civil equality–videos which the National Organization for Marriage of course has copy + pasted into their own materials here in the States.

“Ex gay” Robert Oscar Lopez explains Homovox to the American Thinker:

This is important stuff. If France can hold off the national legalization of gay marriage (which seems a difficult fight at this point), then there may be hope for the United States. This is in effect Europe’s last stand for the traditional family.

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