The issue of gay rights began in 1969 when police raids on gay bars caused riots in New York; in 1993 the push for homosexual rights turned to marriage (“Should Gay Marriage Be Legal?”). In 1993, the US population was strongly against gay marriage, however people's ideas have changed and in 2015 the supreme court ruled that homosexual couples have the right to marry (Liebleson). Despite the decision by the highest court in the United States, this issue is still highly divisive and many people want
Same sex marriages a different lifestyle is an upcoming issue in many countries. India having a significant cultural history is no exception. Recently, USA has legalised Gay marriages. The question today is ‘Should Gay Marriages be legalised in India?’ Before coming to any conclusion a fruitful discussion on the topic considering the historical, political, economical, religious perspective of the country needs to be done. Historical Background History provides evidence of same sex relationship.
Today’s society is permeated with numerous amounts of social issues. However, these social issues are not unusual and have been evident in this world since the beginning of time. In this paper I will discuss Durkheim’s theories for suicide and also Erving Goffman’s theory of stigma related to sex work and sex work researchers. I wanted to write about these theories because I wanted to attain more information about them. These two theories are contrastive but they are also similar. They are similar
mother and the woman in a more broad-spectrum. Charles Nicholl’s major attempt in his book is to delineate all the passages regarding Leonardo’s life, clarifying some critical and controversial aspects belonging to it. To do so, Nicholl based his research on the work of Giorgio Vasari, the art historian who wrote the biographies of various Italian artists, and on many other literary and historical sources. Leonardo was born on the 15th April 1452 in Vinci, a little village “slow, provincial agrarian;