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Letter to the Editor
Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012, 8:54 p.m.
 

Long hair, earrings

Everywhere I look, I see men who look like women. They have long hair and two earrings. They don't wear makeup — yet.

I see men once in a while who look like real men. They will have one earring. That is a real man.

I feel bad for a mother when she has a son who looks like a woman. It must break her heart.

She should lock the door and tell him to come back when he looks like a real man.

Mary Liska

Apollo

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