I couldn’t help but laugh at the first letter to the editor in the May 17 paper ("Observing LGBT Pride Month"). Laughing was my first reaction, then incredulousness. The letter complained about a "display" at the Gloucester Library that was taken down early last year due to "complaints." Get ready for this. The display was a "small, tasteful exhibition of LGBT material." This is truly difficult to imagine. Why should any advocacy group have a display at the library? It gets better. This person concludes her letter "she (director of the Gloucester Library) may show her support for the entire community by erecting a LGBT display this year."
Apparently, the entire community doesn’t include those that are deeply offended and those that complained last year. Books, and other material about LGBT lifestyle should be available at the library. However, the library should not promote any particular point...
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