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Bigotry on display

Published September 15, 2012 1:01 am
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I was dismayed by The Tribune's choice to publish "Good for KSL" (Forum, Sept. 8), in which Sharon Teal Coray equates homosexuality to incest and child rape.

What new light was shed on the issue with her tired argument? And therefore, why print her letter?

While people's right to free speech is protected, I fail to understand why The Tribune would choose to put intolerance and bigotry on display.

Michael Denker

Salt Lake City




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