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LA TIMES PROFILE ON ANTI- AIDS CZAR MICHAEL WEINSTEIN EXPOSES ITS OWN DEEP-ROOTED LATENT HOMOPHOBIA BY REFERRING TO HIS RECENT MARRIAGE PARTNER ANONYMOUSLY!
LA TIMES FRONT PAGE PHOTO STEEPED IN SHADOWS DELIBERATELY MAKES AIDS HEALTHCARE FOUNDATION EXECUTIVE MR. MICHAEL WEINSTEIN APPEARS SLIGHTLY CREEPY! WHY SUCH AN UNDERHANDED TACTIC?
Dear LA Times Readers Representative Ms. Deidre Edgar:
Neither you nor anyone else in your department has ever responded to any of my emails that were aimed directly at the LAT Readers Representative. Why not? What’s your excuse? A crushing work load, perhaps?
I am an LA Times subscriber! You call yourself a “reader representative”. May I inquire what exactly does that self-bestowed title mean to you, Ms. Edgar?
How many issue-raising letters do you receive monthly on average! What percentage of these complaint letters does your office take the time to simply acknowledge or perhaps respond to?
What is the Los Angeles Times reader representative general response policy? Please email a copy that policy to firstname.lastname@example.org if The Times have such policy “in writing”.
Do you skim or do you delete these complaint emails received even before reading them?
Ms. Edgar, please officially respond to this query in a timely fashion in your capacity as LA Times Readers Representative, and please respond as well to this email below … if only to acknowledge its receipt … which you have never seen fit to do so when our website has emailed you in the past!
Thank you … in advance!
Dear Los Angeles Readers Representative Ms. Deidre Edgar:
Not even even Mr. Michael Weinstein’s newlywed-wed husband’s first name appears in this long, detailed front page Times article, appearing 1/5/13.
The LAT story in question does include the information that Mr. Michael Weinstein and this un-named gentleman have lived together as partners for the past 17 years before recent legislation and court decisions have happily enabled their equally recent male-male marriage to take place.
If this LAT profile had focused on a heterosexual political figure of equal importance on the local/national/international scene, surely the marriage partner’s name would have been included in the article!
This missing fact is clearly an example of latent homophobia on the part of the Los Angeles Times!
Do you disagree, Ms. Edgar?
In addition, does your in the semi- darkness front page Times photo of Mr. Weinstein at his desk mean that he likes to hang out in his office with the lights out?
Are you a politically-correct homophobe, Ms.Edgar?
Please respond or please refrain from calling yourself the LA Times representative for its readers. Okay?