Folks, it does not take a rocket scientist to figure this stuff out - and by the time the people finally do, they are staring down the long end of a spear or projectile lobber....:
If you actively undermine an existing tradition by trying to alter the foundation it rests on (the social unit to produce biological offspring) that does count as being "anti".
Gay males are also promiscuous and have multiple sex partners regardless of marital status while lesbians raise children who are mentally ill in larger numbers than any of there parent/child combination.
After studying cultures as diverse as the Babylonians, Greeks, Saxons, and dozens of other groups, Oxford-educated anthropologist J.D. Unwin found a 100% perfect correlation between the practice of heterosexual fidelity and cultural development.
As Unwin wrote, across 5,000 years of history he found absolutely no exception his rule:
"These societies lived in different geographical environments; they belonged to different racial stocks; but the history of their marriage customs is the same. In the beginning each society had the same ideas in regard to sexual regulations. Then the same struggles took place; the same sentiments were expressed; the same changes were made; the same results ensued. Each society reduced its sexual opportunity to a minimum and displaying great social energy, flourished greatly. Then it extended its sexual opportunity; its energy decreased, and faded away. The one outstanding feature of the whole story is its unrelieved monotony."
Without exception, once restrictions on sexuality are lifted, especially female sexuality, a society destroys itself from within, and is later conquered from without. When not focusing mental and physical energy on buliding strong families, members of a culture lose the impetus for upkeep and innovation....
This present generation in the Western world may be the last one. Unwin found that when strict heterosexual monogamy was practiced, the society attained its greatest cultural energy, especially in the arts, sciences and technology. But as people rebelled against the prohibitions placed upon them and demanded more sexual opportunities, there was a consequent loss of their creative energy, which resulted in the decline and eventual destruction of the civilization.