Tens of thousands of protesters marched through Paris today to oppose plans to give same-sex couples the rights to marry and adopt children.
Organiser and "comedian" Frigide Barjot insisted the march was "pro-family" not "anti-gay."
Elsewhere, activists from rights group Femen protested against papal homophobia at St Peter's Square in the Vatican.
Four women appeared topless with slogans on their bodies at a public address by the Pope.
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