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August 25, 2004


John Ballew

I think it was John Boswell who once commented that you can't use logic to argue someone out of a position they didn't arrive at through logic. That's the dilemma we face when we deal with anti-gay moralizers.

I can understand how your correspondent might feel squeamish about putting his penis inside an anus. But to equate it with putting food in the anus clearly takes the act outside of the moral realm and puts it in the realm of taste. Why is it "wrong" to put food in one's anus? It might be silly; it's not going to provide much physical nourishment. But is it immoral to stuff pizza in one's derriere, to sit on your sushi?

I think not.

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