On Saturday night, right-wing provocateur Ann Coulter gave her mildly-anticipated speech at the so-called "Homocon," a convention sponsored by the gay conservative group GOProud. It seems the speaking engagement, which cost Coulter her gig at World Net Daily, was predictably weird and ugly. For starters, Coulter told the crowd of mostly wealthy homosexuals, "Marriage is not a civil right. You're not black." Talking Points Memo explains that this "was part of a larger argument on which she later elaborated, telling the crowd that the 14th Amendment only applies to African-Americans and that it does not, in fact, apply to women, LGBT people or other minorities." Wait, not even George W. Bush?

According to Politoco, Coulter also told the gays in attendance that they should count their blessings because their demographic is so affluent. "Blacks must be looking at the gays saying, 'Why can’t we be oppressed like that?' " Coulter, um, quipped? Her speech before an audience of fiscal conservatives focused mainly on social issues, which surprised some attendees; besides warning that sex ed would lead to classes about fisting, she urged the gay GOPers to ally themselves with the anti-abortion movement because, she said, "As soon as they find the gay gene, you know who's getting aborted."

And though she dodged questions about whether she thinks homosexuality is a choice, many welcomed her visit. "She’s doing something important - she’s showing her base that it’s OK," conventioneer Michael Lucas explalins to Politico. And yet... Lucas still wonders "what Ann will think about the fact that I am the biggest producer of gay porn on the East Coast and probably in the whole U.S.?"