Sorba is immediately booed for his statement, prompting him to say, "bring it, bring it, I love it, I love it."
"Guess what," he says, "civil rights are grounded in natural rights, natural rights are grounded in human nature, human nature is a rational substance in relationship, the intelligible end of the reproductive act is reproduction. Do you understand that? Civil rights, when they conflict with natural rights, are contrary."
When his argument is met with more boos and criticism, he says, "no, you sit down."
"The lesbians at Smith College protest better than you do," says Sorba. He then repeats that claim, offers another "bring it," points out someone he says is an enemy, and leaves the podium.
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