Dbq Persuasive Speech

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Language is the basis of all ideological concepts. Without language, the fundamental ideas of human society would be clouded in an intangible form where we all understand the idea but fail to express it. As such, it is very important that our discourse stays as unpolluted as possible, encouraging proper wording and politically correct statements discourages discrimination through the nonchalant language that we have plagued pop culture. As the LGTBQ+ community gains their rights, many people became distraught in the illusion that they are different or that they are the root cause for many problems in society. The classification of any non-heteronormative as a mental illness during the 20th century has created immense stigma against the population in the status quo and as such, religious beliefs that oppose the LGBTQ+ have taken advantage of such stigma and used popular culture to isolate this part of our community. As a debater, I have met many wonderful …show more content…
She failed to respond, flabbergasted at the questions, contemplating a way to answer. She finally managed to answer, because otherwise God wouldn’t have made it Adam and Eve. The most simplistic answer seemed to offer me a gateway to rage. There is statistical proof showing that 10% of animal populations are like this, there is evidence suggesting that it is natural, the bible makes multiple references to treating people equally. “Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself” or “Do not judge, or you too will be judged. For in the same way you judge others, you will be judged, and with the measure you use, it will be measured to you” are both prime examples of biblical text that would accept the so-called problems with any non-heteronormative form of

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