Homosexual Fashion Designers Back Traditional Marriage

Posted By on March 18, 2015

Dolce & Gabbana store front via Flickr (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)

Dolce & Gabbana store front via Flickr (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)

[Editor’s Note: I find this to be an excellent example of Romans 1:20 which reference nature, as God designed it being a witness of Him. Whether they realize it or not Dolce and Gabbana have without making a confession of sin have pointed out they are living outside of God’s design and intentions for man.]

“The family is not a fad,” said co-founder of the fashion empire, Stefano Gabbana, in an interview with the Italian Magazine Panorama. “In it there is a supernatural sense of belonging.”

Sharing this view with his business and former romantic partner, Domenico Dolce told the magazine: “We didn’t invent the family ourselves.”

Dolce and Gabbana, who are openly gay, went on to say children have the right to be raised by a mother and a father, and condemned the use of artificial means of conception, such as In-vitro fertilization.

The Italian-born fashion duo also spoke out against the use of surrogate mothers by gay couples who are seeking to have a child, referring to practice as “wombs for rent.”

Dolce referred to those conceived through artificial means as “chemical children: synthetic children. Uterus’ for rent, semen chosen from a catalog. And later you go and explain to these children who the mother is.”

To procreate should be an “act of love,” Dolce continued, adding that psychologists today are not ready to come face to face with the effects of “these experiments.”

“We, a gay couple, say no to gay adoptions. Enough chemical children and wombs for rent. Children should have a mother and a father,” the pair told the magazine.

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