By Gyusung Sim
Groups opposing President Francois Hollande's plan to legalize gay marriage and adoption took to the streets across Paris Saturday.
The controversial Ukrainian group, topless members have taunted a march, and the Catholic group Civitas organized Sunday's march by several thousand people carrying pro-family banners, reported by the Fox News.
Their final destination was the Invalids monument, the final resting place of Napoleon Bonaparte, the French leader who invented the country's prized civil code, reported by the USA Today.
It states that marriage is a union between a man and a woman, a point the gay marriage bill seeks to overturn.
A recent survey found that most French favor gay marriage, while support for adoption by gay couples hovers at around 50 percent.