Should gays settle for 'separate but equal'?

February 10, 2011

The reader's response in the Feb. 10 edition that posed the question: why don't homosexuals give up on the term "marriage" ("Same-sex couples: Find another word than 'marriage'" is advocating a "separate but equal" resolution to the question of gay marriage. That proposal should meet the same fate as that concept did in 1954.

Alex Allman, Bel Air

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