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Only four months after he infamously called same-sex marriage "unnatural" on CNN, former "Growing Pains" star Kirk Cameron is appearing in a video by the National Organization for Marriage (NOM), which, according to its website, was founded "in response to the growing need for an organized opposition to same-sex marriage in state legislatures."
Though Cameron does not actually denounce same-sex unions this time around, the 41-year-old evangelist-actor ignores the possibility of marriage involving two men or two women.
"When a man and a woman come together and they say, 'I do,' they are committing for a lifetime to love each other," he says in the video hosted by the Marriage Anti-Defamation Alliance, a NOM branch.
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The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation spoke out against the video.
"Their implication that LGBT couples can't create loving and stable homes is not only outdated and irrelevant; it's designed specifically to hurt those families," GLAAD President Herndon Graddick said in a statement released in response to the clip.
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"I think that it's unnatural," Cameron told Morgan. "I think that it's detrimental, and ultimately destructive to so many of the foundations of civilization."