File puptcrit/puptcrit.0509, message 180

Date: Thu, 15 Sep 2005 12:34:37 -0700 (PDT)
Subject: Re: [Puptcrit] Left Handed?

Now wait a minute! Bonnie, I don't know you or the
sender, but I just couldn't let this go by! You are
NOT reading it correctly. What the says is that he
does not wish to have an early death, be a criminal,
or to be a homosexual. I would say that most of us can
agree with 2/3 of that statement. I personally, as a
straight man, don't wish to be gay either. Just as I
bet most gay guys don't want to straight. One's
personnal preferences in the matter does not correlate
to any lack of respect or understanding.

I too read this original post twice, and the wording
is a bit odd. I think it could be interpretted as
saying that being gay "...isn't so great", which I
agree is not the kind of Sentiment I want to see on
this sight or on any other. But let's not get out of
hand with our attacks of others. As I have been
discussing with Fred Thompson, E-mail is not always
the most through medium of communication. I think this
Board could stand to be a bit more generous in our

Greg Ballora

--- crabgrass puppet theatre <>

> On Sep 15, 2005, at 7:35 AM, SKT Puppets wrote:
> > Although with "studies" out there correlating
> left-handedness to early
> > death, violent crime, and homosexuality, maybe
> being a lefty isn't so
> > great after all.
> What? If I read this correctly, you are equating the
> desirability of 
> homosexuality with that of early death and violent
> crime. I have found 
> that the gay folks I know are much happier and
> better people than the 
> violent criminals or early dead people I know (or,
> in the case of the 
> dead folks, have known).
> There are a lot of gay people on this list, and
> there are many talented 
> and happy gay puppeteers. It would be nice if they,
> and those of us who 
> love and respect them, could read the list without
> being insulted.
> Thank you.
> Bonny Hall
> Crabgrass Puppet Theatre
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