Human Rights Campaign speaks to anti-equality protesters at the NOM 2015 March for Marriage
Last Saturday, the National Organization for Marriage (NOM) held a “March for Marriage” in Washington, D.C., rallying opponents of marriage equality before marching them to the Supreme Court.
Senator Ruben Diaz – the only Democrat who opposed marriage equality in the New York Senate – was the only elected lawmaker who spoke at the event but he was ably assisted by the likes of Rev. Erick Salgado and Peter LaBarbera from Americans For The Truth About Homosexuality.
Human Rights Campaign asked a number of NOM supporters why they are so adamantly against marriage equality.
The reasons given range from typically mundane (one man says "nature is nature" but admits he's not quite sure what that means, a woman is convinced that "marriage is one man and one woman") to seriously worrying (gay people are choosing to go against god and bringing about the destruction of American).
Canada and Mexico would appear to be safe for now.
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