The Editor, Sir:
This thing about gays and the rights they have and the rights they want is downright ungodly. If they want to be that way, it is their business; why make it everyone else's? Has anyone thought about the rights of the people who do not want their children exposed to that kind of nastiness?
I have a family member that is gay and when we are in stores together, children often ask their parents if she is a boy or a girl, and I find that it is so confusing for a child.
The only right I think they should have is the right not to be beaten because they have made the wrong choice for their life. For we are not God and it is He who has the right to judge. If they want to be gay, well, let them be gay, but why do they have to shout it loud to let everybody know their business then expect to have a positive response?
And why should Jamaica have to change there law just to accommodate a group of gays? Just don't let the people beat the gays, for they are people too, and we are not God. Besides, beating them will not make them stop being gay. They are sinning and the ones who are beating them are sinning, too.
I am, etc.,