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Mexican leader warns of 'conspiracy against the family'

.- Jorge Serrano Limon, the director of the organization “Provida” in Mexico, criticized lawmakers of the Mexico City Legislative Assembly last week for legalizing homosexual unions.  He noted that the move was a “conspiracy against the family” that will gravely impact society.

The pro-life leader told reporters that lawmakers have acted out of “total ignorance,” as the family, founded upon heterosexual marriage, is the basis of society.  “Two men or two women are not capable of giving themselves fully to one another and cannot conceive a child.  This goes against nature itself,” he added. 

Serrano also noted that allowing same-sex couples to adopt will negatively affect children because they will not have the opportunity to be raised by both a father and a mother.

Directing his final comments at the current leadership of Mexico City, he slammed government officials for promoting these reforms that fly in the face of nature and true marriage.  “There is a conspiracy against the family in the (current) administration,” he said, as various members of the cabinet are “pro-homosexual.”


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