Glenn Beck is speaking out on same-sex marriage for the second time in a week.
On a Dec. 11 installment of his radio show, the author and former Fox News host said he "doesn't care" if same-sex couples tied the knot: "Just don't destroy my marriage, don't destroy my church."
"I don't want to be in your bedroom, and believe me, you don't want to be in my bedroom," he noted. "I don't care what you do."
Beck's remarks follow comments he made in a Dec. 10 interview with Penn Jillette. In that conversation, Beck stopped short of endorsing marriage equality outright but nonetheless argued against government involvement in personal affairs.
He asked: "The question is not whether gay people should be married or not, the question is why is the government involved in our marriage?"