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Why are gays so militant?

Published:Wednesday | August 17, 2016 | 8:10 AM

THE EDITOR, Sir:

The LGBT community is elated at having scored the first points, through the court in Belize, in a ruling that laws criminalising anal sex are unconstitutional. Gays claim that their lifestyle is private and is nobody's business, yet they want to be publicly accepted. They admit that they want the right to be protected against sexually transmitted infections. But if anal sex carries with it inherent health risks, why is so much time, money and passion being wasted in the name of human rights? Why has homosexuality become a political issue if the lifestyle is private?

 

REPEAL OF THE LAW

 

The gay community is also extremely rich. Most of them are very successful business people because of their investments in hotels, villas, fashion, music and the film industry. Can they not invest in their own private health care? The manufacturers of condoms will have them smiling to the bank.

They also claim that the verbal and physical abuse of same-sex couples would be curtailed by the repeal of the buggery law. The lifestyle has been legally accepted in America, yet that did not avert the terrible massacre that took place at the Pulse Nightclub by a one-man army, leaving so much pain and destruction behind.

God placed the sex organs of both males and females frontally. Animals have theirs placed behind them. Is there a reason for that clear distinction?

Sexual immorality is an act against God. Changing the law cannot reverse the consequence.

JOY FRASER

joyrosefraser@gmail.com