Millie Fontana, a donor-conceived child of lesbian parents, is a child's rights activist who believes that same-sex marriage and the push for "gender equality" is a ruse, a coordinated step by an "extremist minority" to end "gender altogether."
If people can be lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer -- you name it -- and children are told they don't need a biological mother and a father, and that people of any gender may marry and obtain children in myriad ways, then gender loses its meaning.
“I think it’s really funny that [Barack] Obama has stood up and said it’s time for everyone else to evolve [on gay marriage]," said Millie Fontana at the Cost of Equality event in Melbourne, Australia. "But last time I checked, evolution took a few fair steps. It took a little longer than a decade to eventuate."
"I don’t see ‘gender equality,'" she said. "I see a pitch to get rid of gender altogether."
Earlier in her remarks, Fontana said, “My mother pitched a question to me the other week. She said to me, ‘Millie, what if my [lesbian] partner and I were able to be married? What if we had that stable, household environment that everybody else has?’ And I answered the question very simply."