The comment from Frank Wright of D. James Kennedy Ministries came after Fort Lauderdale's gay mayor had honored a related church.
The star of Mean Girls and Looking lost a hosting gig at a Catholic university one day after Pope Francis condemned same-sex unions.
Mayor Dean Trantalis and the Fort Lauderdale City Commission presented a proclamation honoring a church and school founded by anti-LGBTQ+ minister D. James Kennedy.
“The folks in the building behind me were hoping they could steal your rights and no one would notice,” Democratic senator Bryce Bennett said.
Stella Keating testified eloquently in favor of the LGBTQ+ rights bill, while Alphonso David stood up to the South Carolina senator's distortions.
The Catholic Church, which "cannot bless sin" of same-sex unions, directed funds from the faithful toward the gay biopic.
Two of Hollywood's leading gay actors spoke out against the Catholic Church's stance on same-sex unions Monday.