This is my reply to the gay marriage issue.
I have no moral judgment on this issue. I feel gays who choose to live together should have all the same privileges as married couples.
I do question the validity of this, however, for the following reasons: What about the many who choose to live together, such as friends, brothers and sisters, mothers and daughters, etc.? Aren’t they going to expect the same advantages in the future?
I repeat, I am not against gay marriage, but I wonder how society will react to my question.
Larry Emery, Tulsa, Okla.
Editor’s Note: The author is a former resident of West Paris.

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