Ex Useless Essay example

5116 Words Apr 9th, 2016 21 Pages
Krishna Priyah
Chee Long
Kok Si
Janice Ong
Jonathan Chow
Justin Bonus
Phuah Kah Hock
Wang Wei Shen


In this report we will discuss about sexuality in general such as homosexuality. We will look further into the LGBT community between Asian and Western countries.

Homosexuality has been a characteristic of human culture since the course of the 19th century. After the modern gay rights movement that began in 1969, in America, more people around the world started to change their mindset of seeing gay rights as “a mental illness to cure” to having more people trying to understand LGBT through biology, psychology, history and cultural variations of sexual practices
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In this report we will list the pros and cons of having gender equality in a country.


A lesbian woman is one who is romantically, sexually and/or emotionally attracted to women. Many lesbians prefer to be called lesbian rather than gay.

A gay man is one who is romantically, sexually and/or emotionally attracted to men. The word gay can be used to refer generally to lesbian, gay and bisexual people but many women prefer to be called lesbian. Most gay people don't like to be referred to as homosexual because of the negative historical associations with the word and because the word gay better reflects their identity.

A bisexual person is someone who is romantically, sexually and/or emotionally attracted to people of both sexes.

Transgender or Trans
Is an umbrella term used to describe people whose gender identity (internal feeling of being male, female or transgender) and/or gender expression, differs from that usually associated with their birth sex. Not everyone whose appearance or behaviour is gender-atypical will identify as a transgender person. Many transgender people live part-time or full-time in another gender. Transgender people can identify as transsexual, transvestite or another gender identity.

Definitions adapted from More Than a Phase (Pobal, 2006), For a Better Understanding of Sexual Orientation (APA, 2008) and Answers to Your Questions About Transgender

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