Bronx State Senator Ruben Diaz Jr. has not been shy about his crusade against gay marriage. In fact, he's done everything he can to stop gay marriage from passing in New York and tried to use his lesbian granddaughter as a prop in his anti-gay marriage rally. So we find it wonderfully fitting that the Bronx's largest gay rights group, Bronx Pride, is moving into new offices in a "building funded by, and named after, the city’s No. 1 gay-marriage opponent, state Sen. Ruben Diaz," according to the Post.

The Rev. Ruben Diaz Gardens building, at Kelly Street and Westchester Avenue, has apartments, retail and office space. The Post explains that his non-profit raised money for the effort— and apparently Diaz is furious about the fabulous new tenant: A source says, “He’s furious. It’s such a direct shot at him.”

Bronx Pride executive director Dirk McCall just chalks it up to coincidence but doesn't deny the elegance of the situation, telling the Post, “It [just] happens to be entertaining that the building’s named after someone who opposes marriage for us."