The National Organization for Marriage (NOM) on Thursday promoted four videos featuring gay men opposed to the French government's plans to legalize gay marriage.

NOM copied the videos from the French group and posted them on its account.

“This law encourages homosexual couples to think they can copy and fit in a way heterosexual couples do,” Philippe Arino, a 32-year-old Spanish teacher says in one of the videos. “It makes them think they have to follow the example of man, woman and child, without respecting sexual difference. It denies respect to homosexual couples in reality with regards to their specificity and who they really are. Gay couples do not exist so that they can procreate; one doesn't recognize that (if one turns these into marriages).”

Arino called the proposed law “homophobic.” (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)

While the Roman Catholic church has loudly opposed the marriage reform, and is expected to do so again during a planned demonstration next week, many secularists who view the institution as overly religious are also opposed. reported that a second group, Plus Gays Sans Mariage (Gayer Without Marriage), is also opposed to marriage equality.