Skip to comments.Gay & lesbian conference titled "Why get married when you can be happy?" (shocking audio)
Posted on 08/26/2013 6:36:49 PM PDT by Morgana
Published on Apr 3, 2013
Gays & lesbians at a conference titled "Why get married when you can be happy" admit what their goal is: The DESTRUCTION of the institution of marriage
"Masha Gessen, a lesbian and a Russian journalist, spoke frankly about this at a conference in Sydney, Australia," he wrote. "'It's a no-brainer that we should have the right to marry,' she said. 'But I also think equally that it's a no-brainer that the institution of marriage should not exist. ... 'Marriage equality' becomes 'marriage elasticity,' with the ultimate goal of 'marriage extinction.' " She, also, doesn't see the problem with multiple parents (notice who is the father of one of the babies). ~From news link below
Nothing shocking about it at all. These are the most patently unhappy, unhealthy people there are.
They often hate themselves and their families growing up.
No, not shocked at all. I know this is how they feel. Some have said so in not so many words. The sentiment is certainly clear about the institution of marriage. Once again, a Lib scheme to drag everyone else down to their level.
By listening to this I have come to the conclusion that not it is not enough for them to be unhappy they want us to be unhappy as well.
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And yet the pervert community takes no lesson from this fact or from AIDS.
The nutjobs now run the insane asylum.
we already knew that was their goal
They aren’t ‘married’. Never were, never will be. And my feeling is that deep down they know it.
I have always believed that to be 100% true.
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