Letter – Time to live and let live

Re: Bigots need not apply, Dec. 1-7

Time to live and let live

Re: Bigots need not apply, Dec. 1-7

It’s probably about time that we all learn to work together and respect how other people live their lives. We’re all in this together, folks. Gay, straight, trans or any other designation (or refusal to be categorized) has hardly any bearing on other people’s lives. It’s hard enough to shut down the bigotry coming from large organized religion; you’d think we could learn to have respect within the LGBT community. Stop being selfish, narrow, arrogant and just work together, people.

Stefan Bourrier,Victoria

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