With reference to the document "Towards a Quaker View of Sex." I received it. I did some work on it. Suddenly I realised that time had gone even faster than I thought and that my comments would surely be too late to be any use. I believe it is being published this week. I hope it is all right. After very slow progress the last stages seem to have been rushed and I hope the document won't suffer as a result. I must say it reads well on the whole. Anyway I won't at this stage trouble you with a few comments which might arrive too late to be of any use to anyone.
Many thanks for your letter. I agree with you that the last stages of "Towards a Quaker View of Sex" have proceeded with great speed, but this was necessary because of the Meeting Point Programme the B.C. hope to do on the February 17th. In fact I had asked for the final text to be in my hands by the middle of November and I got it in the middle of January. The printer has done a wonderful job in getting the type sete, and in fact I have already had Alastair's corrections this morning. Like you, I think that it reads well and I think the group has done extremely well. What (a) Friends will think of it, and (b) the general public will think of it--not to mention the Sunday Pictorial!--heaven only knows! If, as a result of censure, I get the sack, I shall look to Saffron Walden for a job as classroom cleaner!
With warmest greetings to you both,
George H. Gorman