Letters to the Editor

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I was there at the hearings. I remember when three lesbians linked arms and George X. Schwartz pointed them out and told them how disgraceful they were. I remember the lawsuit when the police had Linda, who was tall, stand next to a male police officer to suggest that a lesbian couldn’t have been assaulted. Unfortunately, while transgender activists were active throughout the LGBT movement, neither Bill 1275 nor the 1982 Gay Rights Bill were transgender inclusive. Simply because something is lesbian and gay does not make it LGBT. I continue to have a deep affection for my friends from Dyketactics.

 

CEI BELL
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Blame for Gosnell
In response to Tara Murtha’s feature story on the Kermit Gosnell case:

This situation was no secret for years. Pro-lifers and the pro-choice community were all very much aware of what happened here. Pro-choice advocates down the street would suggest that women not go to this place, but, without better options, it was always there in a pinch. There may not have been a nationwide conspiracy to squash this story, but there was most definitely a local one for years before. If those that value safe abortion had stood up earlier, this would not have happened.

ANONYMOUS
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Are you all going to excuse the hundreds of young women of being ignorant of contraception, and not being aware a late-term abortion of a viable fetus is murder? Gosnell, as monstrous as his alleged acts were, could not have provided his service if his customers did not demand them.

ANONYMOUS
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Wait, so you are saying that pro-lifers want to manipulate the Gosnell story in order to pass regulations they believe will restrict access to something they don’t believe is a constitutional right? They must have gotten the idea from the anti-gun activists after Sandy Hook.

ANONYMOUS
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