A leading anti-gay marriage activist in Colombia has yet to refute claims that he's gay.

According to a report by Blabbeando, two men have accused Javier Suarez Pascagaza, the director of the Husband and Wife Foundation, of being gay.

Suarez's organization has worked to undo the recent marriages of four gay couples.

The couples were recognized by separate judges in cases filed after lawmakers failed to enact a law recognizing gay unions, in defiance of a 2011 court order which called on legislators to act before a June 20 deadline. The court's ruling stated that if a law is not approved, then “gay couples can go to a notary and with the same solemnity of a heterosexual marriage enter a union similar to one between a heterosexual couple.”

The government, however, has argued that the court did not mandate the issuance of marriage licenses to gay couples.

Judges disagreed and awarded three of the couples a marriage license. A separate judge stopped short of calling the union of two men a marriage.

Suarez's nascent organization challenged those rulings. In two cases, Suarez convinced judges to annul the marriages. However, they were later restored on appeal.

In separate statements, two of Suarez's former classmates claimed that he's gay.

In comments to El Espectador, Raul Quintana, a gay man, alleged that Suarez's sexual orientation was common knowledge before Suarez was expelled from the Jesuit school they both attended.

“I can't stand the hypocrisy that's almost always behind acts of homophobia,” Quintana said. “Suarez has the least authority to point his finger at us.”

In a 20-minute interview with W Radio, Suarez said that accusing gay rights opponents of being gay was a common ploy used by activists. However, he did not deny outright that he's gay. And after speaking to Suarez, the interviewer revealed that he had agreed to the interview on the condition that it steer clear of personal questions. Suarez reiterated that his organization was not affiliated with the Roman Catholic Church.