From: William A. Pumphrey Jr.
I want my rights, too. I should have the right to not be exposed as a sexual object to others in public or private places under any circumstances. No woman would feel at ease if heterosexuals were allowed to share facilities where modesty should be expected. Homosexuals want rights — fine. Then they should have their own facilities to utilize in order to ensure my right to feel at ease and not be subjected to potential voyeurism.