WHILST objecting to the ''promotion and display of homosexual coupling'' as quoted from his letter dated January 7, perhaps R. F. Dunlop should remember that the society that allows each and every person the freedom of expression concerning all aspects of human nature, culture and activity, is the same society that allows him the freedom to express his ''revulsion''.
As a doctor, R. F. Dunlop should know better than to use such homophobic terms as ''the litany of their diseases and behavioural disorders''.
If it is AIDS to which he/she refers, let an ordinary person ask a doctor ''AIDS is not a homosexual disease, is it? No one is immune, are they?'' Here's to a more enlightened 1993! KITTY LAMAIN Mid-Levels