Bisexuality

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  • Jane Edwards's Arguments Against Same-Sex Marriage

    Throughout this notion, a child needs the reassurance of both a mother and father figure. Once again, individuals who are ‘for’ gay marriage and parenting will possibly disagree and point out that a homosexual couples does not necessarily need to have children or the case that children will not be affected with same sex parents. As for the argument ‘against' this topic, that is not necessarily the case. In order to build upon this idea of children having both a mother and a father figure as…

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  • Homosexuality In Canada

    A new Forum Research poll, commissioned by the National Post found that 5% of Canadians identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (Carlson, 2012). Although Canada as a country has come a long way in minimizing the issues and stigma attached to gays, there are still some problems surrounding this group of people. With the help of social welfare services and programs, as well as social policies, Canadian LGTB (lesbian, gay, transgender and bisexual) individuals are able to lawfully live…

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  • Essay On Court Room

    Court Rooms are a place where everything can be changed in the matter of seconds. In my experience, court rooms are always packed with people who have no idea what really happened. In the movie, “And the Band Played On,” the court room they perceived was a lot like one I am familiar with. The room was packed, there was a lot of yelling, and not much of any kind of compromise was made. One of the actors says that the only reason the people were there was for money. That is something very familiar…

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  • Homosexuality In The Military

    Currently there are a variety of sexual identities that individuals can classify with, such as pansexual, bisexual, homosexual, heterosexual and asexual. However , in past decades these terms were not utilized because sexual activities associated with these identities were seen as unnatural and taboo , therefore most individuals did not publicize their sexual identities. Homosexuality specifically, has been an identity that has faced a lot of criticism politically and socially because it is…

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  • Soft Violence In China

    The government as a social manager has significant decision-making authority, and different governments will more likely to adopt the policies that based on its culture. China may be easily misinterpreted as a conservative society, yet this is not the case. Li Yinle, who was the China’s leading advocate of freewheeling sexuality, announced that her partner of 17 years is a transgender man in her blog. (Jacobs, 2015, para. 4) This breaking news really shocked the whole country. People’s Daily,…

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  • Shane Dawson's Case Analysis

    In the book, it stated that Shane Dawson is a male homosexual, worked for a company called Entek International. During his work as an employee for the company, he received judgmental comments in regards to his sexual orientation by his co-workers, which actions were improper in work environment. For this reason, Dawson works became deteriorated. His work results became worse as the comments became more and more intense. This might happen because he did not have anyone to support him mentally.…

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  • Why Is Gay Adoption Better Than Straight Parents

    Home sweet home my pretties. Gay adoption shouldn 't be called that there shouldn 't be a label on anyone. Same-sex married couples adopting shouldn 't depend on who the parents love but if the child will be able to fill the love of a parent ga, straight, bisexual, or transsexual it shouldn 't matter. Gay parents will be better than straight parents because gay people will think children will be precious, to them it would be like a diamond beautiful and priceless. Same-sex married couples will…

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  • Gender And Sexuality In Hispanic Studies

    Over the course of weeks in Gender and Sexuality in Hispanic Studies, I have come to understand what gender and sexuality define. To people in Hispanic world, it may define differently because of their beliefs and attitudes. Based on my understanding of gender’s meaning, the term means characteristics and behaviors associated with a woman or man. The term denotes the behaviors and characteristics came from how society believe how a woman or man should behave in the society. The psychologist,…

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  • 'The Gay Community In The Film Before Stonewall'

    Before Stonewall is a documentary about the gay community prior to the Stonewall Riots in New York City in 1969. Through historical events and interviews from people from each decade, the secrecy, prejudice, and even comradery within the gay community was addressed throughout the film. The documentary begins with talk of speakeasies during prohibition in the 1920s. People would sometimes have speakeasies in their basements, which often served as a gathering place for secret homosexuals to…

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  • A Case Study Of Mental Illness And Bulimia Nervosa

    At any given day, millions of people suffer from mental illnesses and disorders. These illnesses affect his/her daily life, the way one interactions with others, and how one views him/herself. This is no different for Jessie, a 19-year-old male who is unable to cope with the stressors of college, body image issues, family struggles, and several other negative relations. Given his behaviors and actions, I was able to diagnose Jesse with major depressive disorder and bulimia nervosa. The…

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