Linda Harvey believes gay men and lesbians are not protected by the Fourteenth Amendment because they do not qualify as people.

Harvey, the founder of the Columbus, Ohio-based Mission America and a frequent contributor to the conservative website, attempted to explain why the U.S. Supreme Court would uphold bans against gay marriage.

“Why should the equal protection argument be made in favor of homosexual behavior, which is changeable?” Harvey rhetorically asked on her radio show. “People are not naturally homosexual, so the definition of 'person' in the Fourteenth Amendment is being twisted to make this assumption.”

“'Person' should be understood based on historic, beneficial, or at least neutral and fact-based traits. It should not be twisted to incorporate behavior that most religions and most cultures have said a firm 'no' to.”

“It's also behavior for which there's no recognized science demonstrating a genetic or hormonal origin. And it's also not beneficial and does not stand the definition of marriage, used for millenia – that is, the act of consummation. It's another sad fact of homosexual behavior that two men or two women can never consummate a marriage; they can never conceive children together.”

“This should still have some standing and it remains a fact that there are only two types of humans in the world: male and female. Any other distinctions made are appearance, custom, and construction. So marriage is the lawful, orderly confirmation of what we already see in nature.”

“The Supreme Court says they will give their decision in June. Pray, friends, for truth to prevail.”