Peter Jobson. So, Peter, you have not heard of people …

Comment on Alice’s upbeat YES campaign for marriage equality by R Henry.

Peter Jobson. So, Peter, you have not heard of people who have, by their own request, had sex change operations?

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Alice’s upbeat YES campaign for marriage equality
Peter Jobson, I did not have to make a decision of any sort as that is what being normal means, being attracted to the opposite sex. It is the way nature made us.
Some people do have a hormone imbalance for their physical sexual makeup but I have seen very effeminate males father children, also women who are very mannish, even to growing a beard, who married and enjoyed the role of motherhood.
Some are born not developed for either role and many of them can and are helped surgically. A lot are simply pleasure searchers who believe in any thing goes.
I know a lot of people who are in a homosexual relationship with one permanent partner who are, like any couple with the right partner, secure enough to not want or need more.


Alice’s upbeat YES campaign for marriage equality
These people have made their choice to be different so have the guts to be different.
Already homosexuals lack the fortitude to do this as in the hijacking of the word gay and dreaming up titles like LGBTQI.
Remember, your rights end where another person’s rights begin.
Belonging to the Under Represented Biological Normal Persons Group (URBNPG) I cannot see my way clear to voting yes.


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