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In his letter Homosexuality And Human Rights, Peter Dottin declared: “As human beings, we generally fear what we don’t know or understand.” This was in response to an article by Mac Fingall, published in the SUNDAY SUN of August 11, that described homosexuality as abnormal sexual behaviour. But what is there not to understand about Mr Fingall’s statements of scientific fact: “The female body is designed to accommodate the male body and the male body is designed to fit the female body” and, in consequence, “sexual activity between ‘same sexes’ or homosexuals is not normal”. In his defence of the homosexual community, Mr Dottin said that homosexuals “are not asking Mr Fingall or others, for that matter, to share their proclivity for the act”. While I can’t say what is on the agenda for Barbados, it is a known fact that there is an international gay agenda which is determined to get as many as possible, in one way or the other, “to share their proclivity for the act”. This was blatantly stated by Michael Swift of the Boston Gay Community in the United States: “We shall sodomize your sons, emblems of your feeble masculinity, of your shallow dreams and vulgar lies. “We shall seduce them in your schools, in your dormitories, in your gymnasiums, in your locker rooms, in your sports arenas, in your seminaries, in your youth groups . . . wherever men are with men together . . . .” (Gay Community News, February 15-21, 1987, and also put into the Congressional Record. Author – Michael Swift). Please enlighten me, Mr Dottin. People who have a sexual preference for children, animals, corpses and inanimate objects are also members of our democratic society. Are their sexual practices normal or abnormal? Are such persons just different and should they be afforded human rights and privileges to freely practice their sexual preferences? What say you?