Brian Brown, president of the National Organization for Marriage (NOM), has accused the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) of promoting “anti-family imperialism.”

HRC has released a report titled Exposed: The Export of Hate, which seeks to shine a light on the “network of American extremists who work tirelessly to undercut LGBT people around the world at every turn.”

Brown is among those profiled in Export of Hate.

“When you knock over a core pillar of society like marriage,” Brown is quoted as saying, “and then try to redefine biblical views of marriage as bigotry, there will be consequences. Will one of the consequences be a serious push to normalize pedophilia?”

Brown responded to the report in an op-ed published Friday in The Washington Times and titled The Human Rights Campaign's Anti-Family Imperialism.

Without providing any evidence, Brown accused HRC of misrepresenting facts and “twisting them beyond recognition to justify the charge that somehow supporting marriage as the union of one man and one woman around the world is wrong.”

“I readily and proudly plead guilty to the 'crime' of not supporting that organization’s desire to redefine marriage. I have had the nerve to express that view not only here in America, but when invited to speak in other countries. Hence, in the distorted world of the campaign, I am an extremist and 'export hate.'”

HRC is “the phalanx of a new form of cultural imperialism that seeks to overthrow the traditions, wisdom and reason of cultures and faiths around the world,” Brown said.

Brown argued that he was not exporting hate “but love.”

“I am proud to have played some small role in this emerging global movement,” he said. “One of the few things the Human Rights Campaign correctly notes is that I have spoken to conferences around the world. However, these speeches focused not on 'hate' or 'division' but on the importance of individuals of different faiths, nationalities, cultures and political creeds uniting together in a shared defense of the truth of marriage and family. Working together with men and women dedicated to protecting the family is not the definition of hate, but love.”

Last month, Brown attended a gathering of social conservatives in Moscow, which ended with an urgent appeal to the world to adopt more Russian-style bans that outlaw so-called “homosexual propaganda.” Russia has said its law is needed to protect children.