THE EDITOR, Sir:
As the pressure builds for Jamaica to embrace homosexuality as a part of our culture, I say, stand your ground, Jamaica!
I see several articles being published about the recent killing of a male cross-dresser in St James, and even though I condemn the killing of this young man, he had no right to deceive the patrons of the party into dancing with him. If he had stayed to himself or to his kind, he might still be alive.
The ugly truth is that several gays have brutally killed their lovers, but I don't recall seeing an article or articles on that.
These gays don't seem to be coming out of the closet; they've kicked off the closet door. The only need we have to review the buggery law is to make it more efficient and effective and be able to prosecute without a complainant with the use of modern technology.
Let us fix the closet doors which have been destroyed by these unsightly and repulsive behaviours by the country's so-called men and have them recede into the shadows and under rocks where they were once concealed.
If you're gay, keep it to yourself and your partner in the confines of your private space and your private life.