Back in September, Mexican Bishop José María de la Torre Martín waded into controversy with statements he made comparing homosexual marriages with bestiality.
“If they allow gay marriage tomorrow, soon they will be letting a man marry his dog, and their puppies will get their inheritance,” the controversial bishop from the state of Aguascalientes said last year, angering rights groups and other organizations.
The National Council for the Prevention of Discrimination (Conapred) demanded that the bishop publicly apologize, but it wasn’t until Monday that De la Torre succumbed to pressure and offered a retraction.
De la Torre . . .