Conservative celebrity Ann Coulter won't answer personal questions, including how she would feel if she had a gay or lesbian child.

On Tuesday's edition of CNN's Piers Morgan Tonight, Coulter repeatedly dodged Morgan's questions about her private life.

“Let's talk about you for a moment,” Morgan said. “Engaged three times. You're 50 in December, are you?”

“Don't talk about either engagements, Social Security, age or anything else,” Coulter responded.

“I don't answer questions about myself,” she insisted. “I think like most public figures [I] don't talk about anything that wouldn't involve … that you would not want the most dangerous stalker to know or have. So I will not be answering private life questions.”

“That's why we call it a private life,” she chided.

“Can I throw some hypotheticals at you?” Morgan asked.

“No. Yes, but I won't answer them if they're about my private life,” Coulter replied.

“If you had a daughter or son who came to you and said they were gay, how would you feel?”

“How would you react?” Coulter asked.

“I would be fine with it,” Morgan replied.

“I can't imagine being married,” Coulter replied before the conversation detoured in a new direction. (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page.)

Earlier this year, Coulter proudly took credit for talking gay GOP group GOProud out of supporting gay marriage.