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SATURDAY, AUG. 19, 2017

Sat., Aug. 19, 2017

Try Fremont Experience

After reading Kip Hill's Aug. 13 article surrounding the Pavilion, the conceptual design and the money earmarked, I have to wonder if anyone involved with the project has ever seen the Fremont Experience in Las Vegas? That idea was put into place as part of redevelopment to revitalize the old historic downtown area. Now tourists, locals and visitors assemble outside nightly on a pedestrian midway to watch a spectacular light show overhead moving the entirety of Fremont Street down to Las Vegas Boulevard.

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Sat., Aug. 19, 2017

Why print hateful diatribe?

Steve Massey's error-filled Aug. 12 column condemning transgender people should never have appeared in The Spokesman-Review. I'm shocked and dismayed that the S-R would print this hateful diatribe. The article displays a lack of modern scientific understanding of human biology and psychology. The people who wrote the Bible had no knowledge of human physiology or psychology, but today we do. We understand that gender and sexuality exist on a spectrum, not a polarized binary. Research has shown that the earlier a child who is transgender is allowed to transition, the easier a time they will have both psychologically and socially.

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