Senator opposes same-sex marriages because he thinks gay people can turn straight


Australian Government Senator Eric Abetz insists that there is no need in same-sex marriages because he believes that homosexuality can be cured. Senator Abetz, the former Leader of the Government in the Senate and a member of Malcolm Turnbull’s right-wing coalition, discussed same-sex marriage issues on SkyNews. “The reality is, and evidence has been given to the Senate Committees, where people who have been in gay relationships have then gone into heterosexual relationships and I believe that can happen, courtesy of the evidence,” Mr. Abetz said, whereas he underlined that it is up to gay people to decide whether to become straight or not: “Look, it is up to the individual as to what they want to be and how they want to express themselves. That is up to them in a free society.” He insisted that if people could be in opposite-sex relationships and then came to the same-sex ones, then it could be possible to do vice versa. Abetz probably haven’t heard about bisexuality.

“Along with free speech comes the right to be critical of CEOs running politically correct campaigns, in effect with shareholders’ money, in circumstances which it means the cost of their product must be that much more expensive to the consumer of Australia because these campaigns don’t come for free. Ultimately the Australian consumer pays in circumstances where, as you would know and your viewers would know, I personally believe that any change to the definition of marriage would not be for the benefit of the children of our nation,” he concluded.


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