This testimonial from "Jacky" was just posted on Homovox:
You can't reduce me to my sexual orientation. Before all, I am a man.
Hello, my name is Jacky. I am 51 years old. I come from the Lyon region. I am not reduced to my sexual orientation. Before all, I am a man. I was born to a father and mother. Even if I had a lot of conflicts with my father, I always needed him. And I know where I come from.
A marriage for all?
I do not accept that other people speak in my name, when it comes to gay marriage. This is a question about civilization so terribly important, I view debate as necessary, even indispensable at this point. I am for a fortified civil union which would protect the couple if a partner dies, but I am not for replacing that with marriage. For me marriage is sacred.
To adopt or not to adopt?
I would have loved to have a child. But how can one deprive a child of its biological mother?