Dear Justice Thomas;
You have written that the rights to contraception (Griswold v. Connecticut, 1965), same-sex consensual relations (Lawrence v. Texas, 2003), and same-sex marriage (Obergefell v. Hodges, 2015)—all of which you explicitly named in your opinion overturning Roe v. Wade, should be “revisited” (Your word).
May I ask you about the rights to contraception that you wish to “revisit.” Since Americans currently have the right to use many forms of contraception, your desire to “revisit” those rights can only mean that you oppose contraception.
Otherwise, why would you need or desire to revisit an existing right?
It’s reasonable to assume then, that since you oppose contraception for others, you and your partners do not use contraception. Surely, you would not be so hypocritical as to oppose it for others, but make use of it yourself, when you have sex.
Ordinarily, I wouldn’t ask you or anyone such personal questions. But, you broached the subject of contraception, and you wish to intrude on millions of married couples’ privacy, so it is reasonable to ask whether you practice what you preach.
You married Kathy Ambush in 1971 and divorced her in 1984. That’s 13 years. Yet you have only one child.
We assume you enjoy sex.
Anita Hill testified under oath, to that effect.
And Lillian McEwen, in her book, said of you:
“He was a ‘national treasure,’ she said, one she shared with other women in ménages à trois and in a voyeuristic pleasure palace. And she described her then-lover (Thomas) as being “easily aroused,” with a “strong interest in pornography.”He “was always actively watching the women he worked with to see if they could be potential partners,” and noted he was “partial to women with large breasts.”
She detailed explicit details of her relationship with you,, which she said included a freewheeling sex life.
Moira Smith claimed you groped her at a 1999 dinner party in Northern Virginia.
And yet, with all these women and all those years and all your interest in sex, you have birthed only one child. How is that possible?
Presumably, you aren’t sterile.
So, it would seem to any logical thinker that you and/or your women partners must have been using some sort of contraception. Were your women on a pill or IUD? Did you use a condom? Have a vasectomy?
Lest America and the world believe you are nothing but a mean-spirited, lying, immoral hypocrite, who only wishes to exert power over women and their husbands, you might wish to clarify.
Thank you in advance for your comments.
Rodger Malcolm Mitchell