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    Gay Parenting

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    Many people say that gay parenting affects children negatively as well as being an unnatural parenting model and family model, therefore it will come to hurt the world. These opposing arguers strongly believe that children will become gay as an effect of having gay parents, or that the children will not be able to emotionally or mentally develop correctly, again as a result of having gay parents. However, what the people who do not agree with the idea are shutting out of their thoughts are the positive effects that have been proven through many observations and studies that have been performed on homoseuxal individuals, couples, and families. For example, there are children who have grown up with gay parents and it has been seen that they are…

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    Gay Icebreakers

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    Most gay men have held back from expressing themselves fully for many reasons. Men may not have been given the opportunity or chastised for being weak or effeminate. On the other hand, gay men are socially influenced not to express their true desires or emotions openly in public because it is seen as a sign of perversion by some. While people with HIV/AIDS are scared to openly express themselves for fear of being ostracized. No matter the cause, this group while in the transition stage, needs…

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    Gay Adoption

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    This part of the paper we talk about the history and the overall view society and we will look at whether or not the family wants to be open or closed about the adoption and whether they stay in contact with the family of the child. So if we first look at what society thinks about gays adopting we will see that a fair amount of people are actually against it. Even though we often hear that there are plenty of children up for adoption and that it would be great if someone would start adopting…

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    GAY TEACHERS AS GAY RECRUITERS Gay men are stereotypically feared for potentially “recruiting” others into also becoming gay, especially young students, due to the belief that gayness is “contagious,” like a sickening plague that should be avoided, although “there is no empirical proof that a gay teacher can affect the sexual preference of school-aged children” Kirk and Paul Cameron from the Family Research Institute in Colorado Springs explain (603). Parents and administrators therefore fear…

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    Gay Man Transition

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    Gay man lives in an unhealthy environment where they lost their identity and try to be someone they’re not just to fit in with the rest “The first, and perhaps major, life transition in the lives of GBTs occurs when their homosexual desire becomes silent and they adopt a homosexuality identity. This usually takes place during adolescence and early adulthood” (Garcia Article). This explains the different stages that gay man goes through, during their early childhood, they try to act the manliest…

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    Gay-Straight Alliance

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    hearing derogatory labels or phrases such as “faggot” or “that’s so gay,” being sworn at, and being told one is going to hell for being LGBTQ” (Higa et all, p.677), as for physical harassment this was described as “experiencing, hearing about or witnessing physical harassment such as being pushed, bullied, beaten up, or having food thrown at them when they were identified as LGBTQ” (Higa et all, p.677). However, despite the negative experiences and adversity the youth faced at school, there were…

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    I was in a particular punishment when I was younger that was unjust in my eyes. I made a statement around a friend who took offense to what I said. Therefore, after I said it he went a told the superintendent what I had said. What I had said was, "That's gay". The reason he got offended by me saying that is he felt like I was calling him gay about something, but he misunderstood me. I was using the phrase, that's gay in the form of saying that sucks. I don't remember what he was talking about at…

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    Essay On Gay Adoption

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    Adopting a child Western homosexual couples are experiencing hard times when they are trying to adopt a child. Why are they treated different to heterosexuals? They can give a child the same amount of love, care and wealth. Homosexuals can’t get their own child naturally, so its just good that they can take care of a child that couldn’t been taken care of by their biological parents. Adoption has been around for many years, but only in the last few years the problems about homosexuals adoption…

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    Jeffress And Gay Marriage

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    Jeffress does an excellent job at grabbing the attention of many religious conservative people. At many times during his article, he mentions God not agreeing with homosexuality and presents many statements about how the Supreme Court’s decisions affects those Christians that disagree with gay marriage. “I believe that ultimately churches that refuse to honor same-sex marriage may face government sanctions—including the loss of their tax-exempt status—for refusing to honor same-sex…

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    and across the world. The idea of what defines a marriage has really heated up during the 20th century. In the late 60’s there was some scuttles with the police and gay areas in Ontario and New York. These started to lay a foundation down of what right a government has to interfere with a group of people that are causing no harm Through the 70 's the HIV/AIDS crisis came unfolding many ideas about the gay community. Before gay groups lived on the margins of cities not much interacting with the…

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