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As the article currently stands, it's a collection of choppy sentences. Most paragraphs are just one sentence long, and it reads like a shopping list. Although there's plenty of information, it isn't yet organized properly. Is anyone interested in turning this into a real encyclopedic entry? I'll make a start with some of the sentences. Interlingua 12:54, 4 August 2008 (UTC)
- The paragraphs on life suggest not. She was approached by Sam From to study "people like him", and was married to a man, divorced 3 years, and married to another man until his death. There is no way to know with certainty. Find a reliable reference and it can be included, though it would seem that the point of her work for which she is notable is to diminish the relevance of such a distinction. -- ke4roh (talk) 15:59, 22 May 2011 (UTC)
"As homosexuality is not an illness, bias against it is irrational from a scientific point of view."
This makes no sense. 1) "Science" does not justify approval or disapproval of behavior whatsoever. 2) The sentence implies that if it was an illness, then the "scientific point of view" would judge bias against it rational! Do scientists recommend being biased against people with cancer? GeneCallahan (talk) 22:22, 11 May 2013 (UTC)