Byline: QUENTIN LETTS on the minority merry-go-round
JUST when I was starting to despair of seeing my old transsexual acquaintance Jenny, up she popped in the traditional debate on sex/equality.
I say 'traditional' as in 'customary'. Yesterday's debate was all about allowing lesbian, gay and transgender people to be wed at ceremonies conducted by humanists/secularists/nonreligious bods.
So it had an untraditional approach towards supporting an admirably traditional idea, the noble institution of marriage. By jingo, it's a maze of minority interests, this equality game.
Acronyms flew through the air.
There was much talk yesterday of LBGT …