Right of privacy

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Right of privacy is a euphimism for individual behavior lacking any necessary moral restraint. This legal fiction was invented by pro-LGBTI liberal justice Blackmun who dredged it up while speaking for the dissent in Hardwick just as he had done in Roe v. Wade for abortion.

Homosexual alias sodomitical conduct is not just matter of private sexual act, but it is accompanied by far-reaching devastating social consequences as ancient Roman and Greek civilizations testify.[1] This could be also demonstrated by using scientific device called thought experiment.

References

  1. Frank LaGard Smith (1993). Sodom's second coming. Harvest House Publishers, 78, 175. ISBN 978-15650-71544.