More than 100,000 people have taken to the streets across France to protest the pro-sodomite government plans to approve sodomite "marriages" and "adoptions".
Saturday's protest, called the "March for Everyone", included pro-family and Catholic groups. Several thousand people marched in Paris, carrying signs with slogans such as "One child (equals) one father + one mother".
Some 200,000 people joined the Paris rally on Saturday, with more than 30,000 others holding similar protests in towns around the country.
In the southeastern city of Lyon, 22,000 people protested, pro-sodomite police said lowering, as always, the figures.
There were other protests in the northwestern towns of Rennes and Nantes, and in the northern town of Laon. Up to 8,000 also marched in the southern city of Marseille.
Najat Vallaud-Belkacem, a "women's rights" minister and government speaker, defended the "right" of sodomites to "marry" and to "adopt" as representing progress for every sodomite.
French president Francois Hollande's government has come under fire from Catholic groups and the right-wing opposition over the bill.
The marches came as pope Benedict XVI called on the French church on Saturday to make its voice heard on social issues.
Another demonstration against sodomite government democratic "marriages" has been called in Paris for Sunday by the Catholic organization Civitas.
And the campaigners intend to keep up the pressure, with more demonstrations called for January 13.
Department of Monitoring