Red haired people or "red heads" are represented proportionately less than other groups of humans. So are the Japanese, for that matter. Cherokee Aboriginal Americans, Inuits, etc, would also satisfy that same lesser proportion you pointed out above. The Constitution is designed to protect the rights of the individual, and individuals make up groups.Again, you tread of very thin ice here and you are about to fall into sub-zero degree water Mr. Ritual. What then be the explanation as to why homosexuals are far less in number globally than heterosexuals? You can't compare skin color or eye color because they exists in more wide spread variations globally.
Yeah, you don't have to agree with it. Agreement is not a provision of the Constitution, in many areas.For far too long when we hear the issue of homosexuality come up, then someone finds it expedient to introduce the race argument into the conversation. I do not agree with this, and I'm sure I'm not alone with this feeling.
I was clear in what I outlined. Maybe you should be more specific in what you are asking - "what is it you're getting at" - is vague and essentially places me in the position of having to read your mind.What is it that you're getting at here Mr. Ritual. Please, if you don't mind too much, I would like to exchange words served to proper purpose and your explanation tabled.
I can't do that.