This letter is in response to the letter from Mr. Don D. Otis.
Yes, anyone can see that Adam had issues with depression. I could ramble on, but first I am going to collect my thoughts before I send a complete response.
As I said in a previous letter, yes, I am gay, always have been, always will be. My question for Mr. Otis right now is simply this; “When did you choose to become the ethnicity that you are now?”
I’m pretty sure you were born that way. You didn’t have a choice.
My hope is, Mr. Otis, that you would be willing to embrace diversity, and celebrate life’s differences.
While we have you ...
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