Gay Marriage

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  • Gallagher's Argument Essay: Should Gay Marriage Be Legalized?

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    While reading your opinion and debate on same-sex marriage, I found myself agreeing with many of the points that you included in your discussion. To begin with, I also chose to react to the same articles, by Rauch and Gallagher. Both of the arguments helped me develop my opinion on this topic as well, Rauch’s positively affecting me to argue for gay marriage, and Gallagher’s negatively affecting me, to go against mostly everything that she said. I will also state that I agree, the Supreme Court got

  • Persuasive Essay On Gay Marriage

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    “Marriage is between a spouse and a spouse, not gender by gender.” Homosexual marriage should be legalized because it will benefit not just the LGBT Community but also our society. Making homosexual marriage legal will not harm the institution of marriage. In fact, they may be more stable than heterosexual marriages, this is proven because those homosexual couples mostly found and experience happiness within and only with their partners. As well as many advantages may rise by legalizing homosexual

  • Reflection About Sexual Identity

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    to look inward on myself and how my sexual identity is made up I realize how much it has changed over the last five years. At 23 the young gay kid I was at 18 is nonexistent. I’ll start at the beginning. I remember being about 16 years old. I always knew I liked men romantically, I’ve known since the age of five. At 16, I did what every other young black gay boy has done in the city of Philadelphia, if not the entire world. I told the world, “I’m Bisexual”. This was the general answer I gave people

  • The Gay Rights Movement And The Gay Liberation Movement

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    The gay liberation movement and the gay LGBT rights movement are two movements that have their own differences and distinctions. In the 1960’s the gay liberation movement focused on “legal and social tolerance for lesbians and gay men to a more radical politics that sought to challenge a dominant cultural norms as oppressive” (Bernstein & Taylor 8). In the 1970s the gay liberation movement challenged many cultural norms. Many of these norms challenged were gender, which focused on cultural and social

  • LGBT Older Adults: A Qualitative Study

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    Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) persons are one of the many groups of people who face disparities in receiving health care services. In order to address the needs of the LGBT community, health and social service providers must create a cultural competent environment that serve LGBT persons. Specifically, there is a lack of culturally competent organizations that address the needs of LGBT older adults. In the article “Addressing Capacity for Providing Culturally Competent Services to

  • Alexander Hamilton's Decision To Legalize Gay Marriage In The United States

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    decision of leaving some of it up for interpretation and also giving some of some leeway. The founding fathers definitely did not picture gay marriage ever being a debate but they did add supremacy clause to the Constitution which implemented for something exactly like the gay-marriage debate. The debate over The Supreme Court’s decision to legalize gay marriage in the United States today relates to the debate over making the

  • Film Analysis 'For The Bible Tells Me So'

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    analysing of several Bible verses about homosexuality. The film attempts to alter the minds of homophobics by using facts, science and several interviews with Christians who also have gay children. The interviews are done with five American, very Christian families and “how they handle the realization of having a gay child” (Karslake, 2007.) The film looks at both the understanding of the church and the suggestion that there can only be one sexuality, heterosexuality, and that all others are sins

  • Causes Of The Stonewall Riots

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    same sex, members of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transexual community (LGBT) faced mass discrimination from their communities and law enforcement. As these raids would take place members and allies of the LGBT community faced unlawful arrests and beatings from officers. The outcome of these atrocities would lead to the Stonewall riots, an unforgettable event which further launched the roots of the LGBT movement. On June 28, 1969, police raided the popular Greenwich gay bar, the Stonewall Inn. The Stonewall

  • Homosexuality In Latin American Culture

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    are a strong culture, known for strong cultural traditions and a very male dominated people. Times are changing and even though there is still some resistance many of those strong Latin men are being told by their sisters and daughters that they are Gay and this is changing their perspectives one at a time. The thought that being homosexual is derived by biological genetics has been in a theory in many cultures, however it is not a big go to response in the Latin American community. This is a strong

  • Bisexuality In The Media

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    girlfriend addresses her as a lesbian despite being clearly attracted to both boys and girls. Her sexuality became an ongoing joke, and only further emphasized the inaccurate assumption that bisexuality is a myth. Even an outed gay male on the show mentioned bisexuality as “a term that gay guys use when they wanna hold hands with girls and feel like a normal persona.” This nonchalant dismissal of a sexual orientation falls under a term known as bi-erasure, defined by Alexandra Bolles, a Strategist, Global