Why Do Gay Men (Dolce and Gabbana) Reject Gay Marriage?

I recently met a man who wore Dolce and Gabbana glasses. He was being teased about it, but he countered that Dolce and Gabbana, albeit openly gay, have come out strongly against gay marriage:


Stefano Gabbana told the Daily Mail:

I am opposed to the idea of a child growing up with two gay parents.”

Domenico Dolce was recently interviewed by Panaroma and stated:

The only family is the traditional one. No chemical offspring and rented uterus. Life has a natural flow; there are things that cannot be changed. Procreation must be an act of love. I call children of chemistry, synthetic children. Uteri for rent, semen chosen from a catalogue.

These men get it…and they gay community is lashing out against them!

Dolce & Gabbana’s healthy disdain for chemical offspring and the “rented uterus” echoes my podcast describing gay marriage as creating a synthetic civilization. This shows that you don’t have to be an archaic, bigoted, angry, belief-pushing, judgmental, fascist, right-wing, [insert Facebook insult here], conservative to perceive that human sex organs are oriented toward mommy/daddy families where children spring forth.

We should begin to protest against the unnatural and inhumane practice of the “rented uterus.” It’s a form of prostitution. It’s men contemptuously using women’s bodies in exchange for money. Disgraceful. Homosexuals seeking to sire children through a “rented uterus” are guilty of hypocrisy.

We tend to forget that there are people out there who experience same-sex attraction, and yet they also recognize that it is not in accord with nature’s goal of human procreation institutionalized in matrimony.

As I stated in a comment response earlier today, the traditional family will once again regain its monopoly over marriage. Nature abhors a vacuum. Survival of the fittest. Homosexuals with rented uteri will never keep up with the natural traditional families who will continue to outbreed them. Democracy favors the procreators.

Question:  As Domenico Dolce said, “Life has a natural flow,” and gay marriage doesn’t flow. Do you think most homosexuals recognize this? You can leave a comment by clicking here.

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