I understand the “Gay/Lesbian” rights agenda in regard to marriage and adoption but I’ve not really thought much beyond that. I have to admit I’m less knowledgeable regarding bisexual and transgender rights. Dennis Miller once said, and I paraphrase, “there is so much hate in the world I will never deny the choice of two people in love the chance to live their lives together.” He went on to say that bisexuals were just greedy.There are more promiscuous heterosexuals than homosexuals by sheer numbers alone. I have always thought bisexuals to be sexually active people who if not promiscuous were certainly not committed to one person, much less one sex. If I am wrong, I would like to know.Transgender can be transsexual or transvestite. If the former, the person was born of one sex but through medical means is now the other sex. What legal impediments does a transsexual face? Transvestites are not always “homosexuals”, they like to dress like the opposite sex, but are heterosexual transvestites facing the same legal, not social, discrimination as do homosexuals? I’m not trying to be flippant here, I really don’t know. And my friends who are gay are committed relationships and all of them have told me bisexuals are just sexually active and haven’t settled on one person or one sex. They had no answer re: heterosexual transgender folks.Respectfully, but curious, C.
Tony Rubino and Gary Markstein