No, as you can read here the dialogue went as follows:You argued that there is a universal truth against homosexuality and hence legalizing gay marriage would be opposing this universal truth.
ergophobe: There is no universal truth opposing gay marriage.
Peguy: You are wrong. There is indeed a universal truth opposing it. The purpose of marriage in pretty much every culture is centered around the procreation and upbringing of children. This is true of Christian and non-Christian cultures throughout time. A very good example would be Roman marital law.
So we were clearly talking about gay marriage here, not homosexuality in general. And I clearly stated as well that: "Even in cultures that were more tolerant towards homosexual relations, those relations always occured in non-marital contexts. Even then, the manner in which such relations were viewed is significantly different from that advanced by gay rights advocates."
So you're clearly misrepresenting not only my argument, but even your own.