Editor,The April 18 news article, "WSU psychology professors address gay marriage pros and cons" spoke volumes about the paper's position on this subject. This article did nothing to explain or justify the feelings behind peoples' opposition to gay marriage, but rather, treated the cons as a mere after thought. After taking three short paragraphs to list the cons, the writers and editors then spent an entire newspaper column explaining the pros for gay marriage and reasons why everyone should embrace it. This article was most blatantly unbalanced, and as such should have appeared in the opinion section of your paper. It was hardly qualified for the front page. Is the Standard-Examiner a newspaper or a venue for propaganda?