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07-16-2005, 02:08 PM
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Originally Posted by Sideline
We have equality written into the charter. The same legal argument for gay marriage is the argument that will be used here: separate, but equal is not equal. Iím not a constitutional expert by any means so I canít speak to weather a privacy right trumps an equality right, I guess it would depend on the judge. This is one of those lovely cases where lawyers make lots of money.
Im not saying it cant be challenged but how are HER rights being infringed upon? What about the guys who dont want a chick seeing them change? What about their rights?

Like I said if the shoe was on the other foot people would be saying the 20 girls rights are being infringed upon and NOT the single male who wants to change with the girls.

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