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An Unanswered Letter to Gays, Lesbians, Bis, and Transexuals

Christopher L. Jorgensen
P.O. Box 546
Ames, IA 50010

May 12, 2008

GLBT National Help Center
2261 Market Street,  PMB #296
San Francisco, CA 94114

Dear Gays, Lesbians, Bis, and Transexuals,

I read somewhere that gays make up around 10% of the population. I’m not sure if this statistic counts bisexuals and transexuals though, but no matter how you slice it I think we can agree GLB&Ts are a minority! You’ve got a limited scope of people you can market to. This is why I am writing to ask you include straight people in your organization.

GLBTS doesn’t seem any more confusing to me, and with the addition of this one letter you get to increase your potential membership by around 90%. Seems to me this way gays could stop trying to recruit straight people. People could be whatever they want to be, and instead of “gay rights,” you could become an advocate for “people’s rights.” A much more positive and inclusive message and mission in my opinion.

Or, if that’s too many letters in your name you could consider dropping bisexual people. After all, these are just individuals too confused to make up their minds. If they can’t make a commitment, why should your organization? GLTS has a nice ring to it!

Isn’t it about time you stop discriminating against straight people?


Christopher L. Jorgensen

p.s. I was also wondering how many times a man can have sex with another man before he has to consider himself gay?


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