Conservative Glenn Beck on Tuesday told his radio listeners that he doesn't care if gay people marry, provided they don't destroy his marriage.

The 48-year-old Beck insisted he doesn't hate gay people and that the Left's arguments on marriage equality are not honest.

“Let's talk about gay marriage for a second,” Beck said. “I don't care if somebody gets married. I really don't [care] if you get married. Just don't destroy my marriage. Don't destroy my church. I don't care. I don't judge you. I don't want to be in your bedroom. And believe me, you don't want to be in my bedroom.”

“However, try to find somebody that will stand up … I'll stand up for your rights. I have gay friends. We have gay employees, it doesn't matter to me. I'll stand up, I'll defend you.”

“But will you defend me? Will you defend my belief?”

Beck answered his own question: no.

“Don't try to tell me and I won't try to tell you,” he added. (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)

Beck has previously defended former GOP presidential candidate Rick Santorum's opposition to marriage equality.