IF mentally and genetically unsuited to a conventional heterosexual partnership, why should I or any other not have the right to pair with a like-minded person of the same gender if I choose?
IT HAS been interesting over recent weeks to read the various arguments "for" and "against" so-called "marriage equality" in your paper.
CONVERSATIONS with fellow SE residents recently has confirmed growing frustration with what seems to be a never-ending blame game between State and Federal governments.
ON Sunday July 22, 30 people from Lochaber, Keppoch and Stewarts Range came together to celebrate that 90 per cent of people living in these communities have declared that they do not want invasive mining or gasfields in their areas.
THANK you to those who have expressed their opinions relating to same sex marriage via letters to the editor of the Naracoorte Herald.
IN REPLY to Natala Drew "Same sex 'sense'" printed 16/7/15, it may sound sense to her but...thank you for bringing up the issues that many people have questions about.
TOM DAWKINS AS a journalist, I have spent most of my professional life working for one incarnation of Fairfax Media or another and, as such, I have watched the public reaction to the company's proposed restructures in SA with particular interest.
I HAVE spent many hours over the past 20 years, working as a volunteer and enjoying Lake Charlegrark and the events held there throughout the years, as have many other people from both the local and more distant communities.
THE discussion (on same sex marriage) so far has focused on the rights and wrongs of gay marriage.
THANK you to all who responded to my letter from 2/7/15; I would like to respond and make note of a few things, all of which are based on common sense.
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