To the Editor:
I have some questions for the author of the Sept. 12 letter "Vote down amendment":
D.N. wrote:?"As a 'chromosexual person,' I and any other LGBT Minnesotan will tell you that sexual orientation is not a choice."
My question:?What scientific evidence do you have that proves homosexual persons can be identified by their DNA? For a better understanding of the homosexual condition, please review Narth.com and Ex-gaytruth.com
D.N. wrote: "There is no 'gay agenda' with opposition to this amendment, or to equal rights for LGBT citizens of this country. We don't want to subvert 'traditional' marriage."
My question:?In addition to the items I brought up in my Aug. 15 letter; you can add these: What about the organization that supplies the "Vote No" signs? What about the 100,000-plus petitions to dictionary.com to delete "man and woman" out of the dictionary definition of marriage? What about the national Democratic party platform plank that says: "We oppose discriminatory federal and state constitutional amendments ... We support the full repeal of the so-called Defense of Marriage Act"
D.N. wrote:?"Rather, we desire to be treated fairly, and to share in what former U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice Earl Warren wrote about in 1967: "basic civil rights of man," fundamental to our very existence and survival."
My question:?That decision was in regard to heterosexual interracial marriage, not homosexual marriage. Right?