Georgia Senator Saxby Chambliss voluntarily denied that he's gay when asked whether his stance on gay marriage had changed.

Chambliss, a Republican, was asked about the issue following the recent endorsements of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Ohio Senator Rob Portman, the first GOP senator to buck the party's official position.

“I'm not gay,” Chambliss, who is not seeking reelection in 2014, told “So I'm not going to marry one.”

Other lawmakers opposed to marriage equality interviewed for the story said those endorsements by Clinton and Portman had not swayed them on the issue, either.

“I'm still not supportive of it,” said Senator Mark Pryor, a Democrat from Arkansas, who added that he also backs the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA).

Republican Senator Lindsey Graham said he was “with South Carolina.”

“I believe in traditional marriage, between a man and a woman, without animosity,” Graham said. “I don't mind if people are able to transfer their property, visit their loved ones in hospitals, but marriage to me, I've stayed with the concept of traditional marriage.”

“I believe in traditional, historic and the religious nature of marriage,” said Kentucky Senator Rand Paul.