Persuasive Speech On Homosexuals

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Homosexuals are victims through assault verbally and physically as described from the discriminator. They are the ones who are experiencing and witnessing it firsthand of what occurs by being a homosexual. Not only homosexuals are victims, but their families and friends as well by association. Families have been attacked verbally and physically such as “you must be a faggot too since your son is one.” The families are being scrutinized in regards to why they have a homosexual son or daughter. Questions arises like, what do you teach your son and daughter, or did you sexual assault your own son or daughter. The meaning behind the sexual assault is that some say when sexually assaulted at a young age, they may view it as a practice for same sex …show more content…
As stated previously the discriminators, usually come from those reasons along with others possible ones. In recent years the United States has legally allowed same sex marriage. Even with same sex marriage being legal, there are still those who will oppose and still have that hate. Their hate or dislike comes from something deep that has been programed in them since their childhood. To get and individual to change is like being a new born infant. There has been a long road to even getting same sex marriage legal. That is something the United States Supreme court views as homosexual’s rights. The Supreme Court isn’t the only one who is making a change, some of the Christians are as well. In an article "Violence against LGBT People" some Christian churches welcome people who are attracted to same sex, but still teach that it is sinful. They even have conversion therapy that is harmful. It exploits guilt and anxiety, which damages one’s self esteem that induces depression and can lead to suicide. The controversy around the conversion therapy is the social harm by disseminating inaccurate views about sexual orientation and the ability of having a happy healthy life. Despite the Conversion therapy that is harmful it is still a step coming from the religion side of it. For the culture it is gradually accepting homosexuality as well. In school there was an assignment to write a short story …show more content…
According to an article in times there are 21 other Countries that legalized same sex marriage. The earliest ones to legalize same sex marriage is The Netherlands in 2000, Belgium in 2003, as well as Canada and Spain in 2005. The recent ones are Scotland and Luxembourg in 2014, Finland signed in 2015 effective 2017, and Ireland in 2015. As same sex marriage gradually becomes legalized globally, the churches are as well. In the article “Violence against LGBT People” it states that Pope Benedict XVI of the Roman Catholic Church, said that protecting humanity from homosexual was just as important as saving the world from climate change. He also stated that any not a heterosexual relationship is a destruction of God’s work. In Africa they use religion to justify violence against homosexuals and criminalize it. A church in England said that using God’s name to justify and criminalize homosexuals is disgraceful and sullies their

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