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Thursday, September 12, 2013
I read John Stec’s piece (“When will the attack on the family end?” Sept. 5 commentary) regarding the evils of homosexuality, and at first I was appalled. Then I began to think.
This summer, my family traveled to a lovely wedding of two women we have known for years. Both brides were beautiful and beamed at each other as newlyweds will. We were happy for them, but:
On the way home, we stopped at Dunkin’ Donuts and they did not have my husband’s favorite doughnut. This did not happen on the way up. It must have been caused by that gay wedding.
Then, my husband and I disagreed about where to eat lunch. We actually got a little grumpy. While this could have been because we were in the car for a few hours, I suspect it was because of the gay wedding.
And after all that, when we unpacked we found a damaged piece of clothing in a suitcase. While it could have been my fault for letting a child wander unsupervised with a marker, it was almost certainly because of the gay wedding.
My argument that we had these terrible experiences because of gay marriage may not make sense at first, but it makes as much sense as anything in Stec’s commentary.
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