Legalization of same-sex marriage in France
Any attempt of proving the equality, in social and political terms, of heterosexual and homosexual unions is vain, simply because homosexual unions are by their very nature non-procreative.
Besides containing an erroneous moral message, same-sex marriage objectively discriminates against married heterosexual couples, who intentionally have engaged in a union ordered towards the task of the transmission of human life, accepting all the burdens and responsibilities of this task.
Same-sex marriage also discriminates against children, since those adopted by two men or two women will no longer have a mother and father, but a “Parent 1” and “Parent 2.” Such children are deprived of half their origins.
The approval of same-sex marriage can only be consistently argued for by assuming there is no moral relevant link between sexuality and procreation, an idea which is the legacy of the “sexual revolution” of the second half of the 20th century having disastrous effects on the societies of Western countries.
Same-sex marriage ultimately paves the way for a new, 'social' parentage unrelated to human reality. It creates a framework for a new anthropological order founded not on sex but on gender, that is, sexual preference.