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re: Confessions of a homophobe

Paso Robles

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When Otis Page described what he believes would be the consequences of gay rights (“Confession of a homophobe,” Feb. 25) he was obviously writing from fear. His fear that gay people would take away his rights makes him a homophobe. If he honestly feels that engaging in sex with another man is an “indulgence,” then that means he must be gay or bisexual. Unless a person is in denial about their sexuality, there is no reason that person should fear they will be seduced and encouraged into “sin.” He claimed to have no hate for homosexuals, yet had no hesitation stereotyping them. If he feels promiscuity is a problem in the gay community, then why not vote for gay marriage! Marriage is about love, not sex.

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