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I, homosexual, say NO to gay marriage


Jean-Pier-Delaume Myard, spokesman for the La Manif Pour Tous the extraordinary movement that led a million to march in the streets of Paris in defense of the family – identifies as a homosexual.

But he is against legalising same-sex “marriage”.

He says,

We must break the silence about the real nature of the homosexualist movement.  It is not acceptable to deprive a child of his biological mother and father.

In this movement, the emphasis is on the “right to a child” rather than the “rights of the child,” Myard noted.

The child is not an object, nor a medicinal product for those who suffer the pain of love. 25 years ago – today I’m 50 – I wanted a child for unjust reasons. Today, as a homosexual I think only of the interests of the child.

Before we talk about freedom to be able to have children or between persons of the same sex, try to think a minute about the freedom and equality of the child who will be born in the society that we are preparing.

He also said the LGBT movement is in fact supporting inequality.

The LGBT community reduces homosexuals to their sexual identity. This is an insult, reducing us to a particular category of people, creating a de facto inequality.


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