Should community leaders who get arrested on suspicion of public lewdness and public indecency charges face public scrutiny?
“No, because I think sex lives should be kept private. What people do is their own business.”
“No, because it’s nobody else’s business.”
“No, because it’s not right. Certainly no more so than a straight person would, and you know that’s not going to happen.”
“Yes, if they get arrested. They are supposed to be examples for the rest of us. They should have more class.”
“I love public lewdness. I love nudity. I think everyone should walk down the street nude. Nobody should be against that. There’s absolutely nothing wrong with it.”
This article appeared in the Dallas Voice print edition September 21, 2007