“Gay men are men – to wit, men who define themselves as men-loving men who refuse to be involved with women. It’s reasonable not to hate people for existing in such a male-centered way, but on the other hand, it’s unreasonable to endorse without any caveats any aim or demand that such a group might articulate. Gestational surrogacy is a dream come true for woman-hating chauvinists who are bound to congregate under such an umbrella: men enjoy all the ‘phallic’ privilege that the bourgeois patriarchy can provide, and women are put in their place. Not even in the kitchen, no – in a barracks somewhere, patrolled by goons who will snatch away their babies whenever the men demand it. We’ve seen this before – not only in the United States, but going all the way back to Rome. For some time I have pointed out that the 13th and 14th Amendments are separated by only three years, and therefore the gay marriage proponents ought not to be able to cite the 14th Amendment without addressing the fact that champions of dad-only families seem to clash openly with what’s stated in the 13th against slavery.” – Homocon horcrux Robert Oscar Lopez, writing for American Thinker.
RELATED: In addition to appearing on stage at an anti-gay Manif
Pour Tous rally in France that was supported by neo-Nazis, Lopez has testified against LGBT equality
before several state legislatures and he co-signed an anti-gay homocon
brief to the Supreme Court. You really must read the Media Matters take on Lopez’ trilogy of gay erotica.