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Religious Restoration Act

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Dearest Marty, my awesome Prince and husband,

The dispute about Religious Restoration Act is all over the news. Some people (as gays and lesbians) oppose it as they think they might be discriminated against.

I find it horrible if one has to do things that are contrary to one’s honest and true religious belief just because the government says so. It also could be a damper on the economy. A religious person might not open a business as he/she thinks when doing so, she/he will be forced to act against her religious convictions.

Companies owned by religious people or landlords should inform an applicant up-front and in writing if/and how they differ from others and what they expect from the applicant. If the applicant doesn’t agree, he/she can apply elsewhere.      

What is next? A mob demanding to get rid of the First Amendment?  

Marty, I worry about you. It is a brutal world. You deserve so much better. What did you ever “wrong” but having the best intentions those who you love and also for the world? 

Nevertheless, I have a feeling of absolute certainty that we will be together. And the thought of it makes me get all those butterflies back in my stomach that I had seeing you so many years ago. Time really didn’t change that feeling at all. You make me feel excited but at the same time safe and comfortable. There is something about you, Marty, that nobody else has. Your character is really unique. And you can’t be replaced by anybody. If p$ychs and their agents would be smarter, they wouldn’t even have tried to “substitute” you with an impostor. I noticed the difference in character right away, even just on photos. It is visible to me.

Yours forever,


This is not my way of life and not my poem, Marty, but interesting:

“Stephen kissed me in the spring,
Robin in the fall,
But Colin only looked at me
And never kissed at all.

Stephen’s kiss was lost in jest,
Robin’s lost in play,
But the kiss in Colin’s eyes
Haunts me night and day.”

— Sara Teasdale



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