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Letter: Gay discrimination is a problem of older generation
First Published Mar 29 2014 01:01 am • Last Updated Mar 29 2014 01:01 am

As a 15-year-old in a modern city, I don’t give a second glance to gay people. I see them every day: They smile, they laugh, they cry, they like the same sex, they live. I go to school with them, know them and, most important, respect them. Nearly everyone I know feels the same way.

The population that despises gays is the older generation. Here’s their problem: They are old. They are old and they are stubborn. They refuse to accept change because they aren’t used to it.

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When their generation expires, gays will be openly accepted by the rest of the community. Before their time ends, and it is coming to a close, they should fix at least one of the problems they created for us: Just let the gays be married. To each his own. Everyone is happy.

Will Ryan

Salt Lake City




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