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And that includes a variety of different acts, not just homosexual." He continued: We have laws in states, like the one at the Supreme Court right now, that has sodomy laws and they were there for a purpose. Santorum said he was arguing against any relationship other than marriage between a man and a woman, the basis in his view of a stable society: "That's not to pick on homosexuality.Because, again, I would argue, they undermine the basic tenets of our society and the family. It's not, you know, man on child, man on dog, or whatever the case may be." Observing that he had previously sought to coin the sexual neologism "pegging", Savage agreed, writing on May 15, "There's no better way to memorialize the Santorum scandal than by attaching his name to a sex act that would make his big, white teeth fall out of his big, empty head." the site features the definition over a brown splattered stain on an otherwise-white page.
The Philadelphia Inquirer reported in July 2006 that the site appeared at the top of a Google search for Santorum's name.
When asked whether he was concerned about the effect on Santorum's children, Savage responded that gays and lesbians also have children, who are required to listen to comparisons of gay relationships to incest and bestiality.
He also said, "The only people who come at me wringing their hands about Santorum's children are idiot lefties who don't get how serious the right is about destroying us." column, Savage observed that "Santorum hasn't laid off the gay bashing, as it's all he's got," and endorsed a reader suggestion to re-define "rick" as a verb, thus making 'Rick santorum.' into a complete sentence."An example of deliberate coining is the word 'santorum'...
In point of fact, the term is the child of a one-man campaign by syndicated sex columnist Dan Savage to place the term in wide usage.
From its appearance in print and especially on the Internet, one would assume, incorrectly, that the term has gained wide usage." The issue resurfaced during the 2012 presidential primaries in which Santorum was a candidate.
The campaign for the neologism "santorum" started with a contest held in May 2003 by Dan Savage, a sex columnist and LGBT rights activist.
Savage asked his readers to create a definition for the word "santorum" in response to then-U. Senator Rick Santorum's views on homosexuality, and comments about same sex marriage.
In his comments, Santorum had stated that "[i]n every society, the definition of marriage has not ever to my knowledge included homosexuality. It's not, you know, man on child, man on dog, or whatever the case may be." Savage announced the winning entry, which defined "santorum" as "the frothy mixture of lube and fecal matter that is sometimes the byproduct of anal sex".
He created a web site, (and santorum.com), to promote the definition, which became a top internet search result displacing the Senator's official website on many search engines, including Google, Yahoo! In September 2011 Santorum asked Google to remove the definition from its search engine index.
Google refused, responding that the company does not remove content from search results except in very limited circumstances., Santorum said there is a relationship between the Catholic Church sex abuse scandal and liberalism and relativism.
He argued that moral relativism involves accepting any adult consensual behavior in the privacy of people's homes, even if the behavior might otherwise be considered deviant.
Santorum believes this attitude leads to an unhealthy culture.