Former GOP presidential candidate Mike Huckabee on Saturday told his Fox News audience that he's not anti-gay before comparing gay marriage to polygamy.

“I'm neither a homophobe nor a hater,” the former Arkansas governor said as he opined on two historic Supreme Court cases related to gay nuptials.

The decisions, released Wednesday, paved the way for same-sex marriages to resume in California and struck down a law which prohibited the federal government from recognizing the legal marriages of gay and lesbian couples.

“If we're determined to change the definition of marriage to accommodate how people feel and what they wish to do because of their mutual consent, then we should immediately release those incarcerated for practicing polygamy or bigamy,” he said. “And, frankly, let's make all consensual adult behaviors legal, whether prostitution, assisted suicide, or even drinking 16 ounce sodas in New York City.”

Huckabee, a former Baptist pastor, also argued that marriage equality is not about equality.

“Equality means intrinsic worth and value … but equality of worth doesn't create sameness,” he said. “There are differences between men and women and [neither] votes of Congress nor the extreme court can change that.”

Huckabee has previously described the fight to win marriage equality as a battle that “pits good against evil.”