|Don't worry, GLBT and friends, as younger generations are taught the qualities of acceptance for all, this kind of person will soon die out like the dinosaurs.|
|A letter/response was printed about that article, I thought it was so obscene that people should read it:
Sometimes forget why I donât pick up CityBeat. After reading Larry Grossâ silly column on gay marriage (âLove and Marriage and Being Gay,â issue of Sept. 17), I now remember why.
The tradition of marriage is important. Marriage is between a man and a woman, and itâs been that way for hundreds of years. Itâs tradition.
People like Gross want to throw that out the window and open it up to gay people who canât figure out their lives. Sure, get on your soap box and preach how wonderful your gay buddies are, but it doesnât change anything.
If they want to live together, I could care less, but they shouldnât impose their will on us. Just because they donât believe in tradition doesnât mean we have to do away with it.
You wonât print this letter, I know, because itâs a different opinion than Gross has. I donât care. I wanted him to know how misguided he is. Change the column name from Living Out Loud to Laugh Out Loud.
â Keven Peder, Norwood
There is nothing "right" about this letter, and I'm sure the paper printed it because it's so ridiculously offbase. It can't even be offensive because it's so comeadic.
Don't worry, GLBT and friends, as younger generations are taught the qualities of acceptance for all, this kind of person will soon die out like the dinosaurs.
|I, personally, don't see myself getting married, on a variety of reasons, and I'm fine with that. However, that doesn't stop me from supporting gay marriage, and supporting those gay couples that do want to get married..|