Jose Maria de la Torre Martin, the bishop of the Diocese of Aguascalientes, Mexico, has said that the legalization of same-sex marriage will lead to “allowing a man to marry a dog,” reports On Top Magazine.
Criticizing a proposed marriage equality law in the Mexican state of Jalisco, Bishop de la Torre described gay people as “inverted” and said that “there is a perverse philosophy out to destroy and rebuild, but in reverse.” We can only guess he’s referring to the top secret Gay Agenda.
He also suggested that if the equality law is passed, not only will gay men in Jalisco be able to marry their dogs - they might also be allowed to “inherit the puppies.”
Tellingly, the bishop told a press conference that although he is convinced that a future of man-dog marriages is imminent, he has not actually read relevant documents prepared by 15 pro-LGBT non-governmental organizations.
Same-sex marriage is currently legal in Cohuila, the Federal District (which includes Mexico city) and Quantana Roo.