The End Of Gay Culture Essay

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In the world today, many nations including the United States, and other world powers have seen their fair share of atrocities and oppressions. Expressions of minorities were hushed by the ruling people of these nations. Writes such as Sojourner Truth who wrote “Ain’t I a Women”, and Andrew Sullivan who wrote “The End of Gay Culture” were writers of either a time of oppression, or the hate of a sexuality that promotes difference of lifestyle. Truth, a former slave, spoke about the oppression of blacks and eventually after the women 's suffrage. Otherwise, Sullivan who argues about sexuality, and the assimilation of “gay culture” into normal life. Although series of hate and oppression have been present in the United States for many different cultures and races, yet many influential writers/speakers have changed the way the masses have thought on these subjects. Both Truth and Sullivan offer a view into the world of hate, and they give insights on the logical values to why these ideals are wrong, and eventually influenced movements for the future generations. One such person as Truth who has been through slavery, motherhood, and women 's suffrage gave hope for the future with her wisdom and experience. Truth’s most famous words are “Ain’t I a Woman” were she discusses what a women experienced in a man 's world. She goes on to explain that she is definitely a woman, however, she is just as good as a man. As she explains how she can work just as hard/good as a…

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