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    Anti Gay Slurs

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    School is a place where a student should feel safe to express their sexual orientation and not have to worry about what other have to say about it. Students get teased, pushed around and physically abused everyday. Anti-gay slurs are extremely hurtful and antagonistic but they are not the harshest form of bullying that invades school climates. A study done by GSLEN shows that 88% of students in California schools hear homophobic remarks at least once a day (GLSEN, 2009). Bullying directed at…

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    Gay Youth Suicide

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    Relating it back to suicide, gay youth have a higher chance of leaving their homes and are at risk of suicide. This group receives the most discrimination for being different. When they discover what they’re gay, it is a big surprise for a lot of people like, their family and friends. When someone does not receive the support they tend to think negative thoughts, either suicidal or thinking about leaving their homes because they are not being accepted by their loved one. In fact, “street youth…

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    Gay Adoption Thesis

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    The topic of Gay Rights can be considered one of the most controversial topics of our time. Today Gay Rights are becoming more accepted due to celebrity and political figures talking about how they are in support of these rights. Also, due to recent studies, gay parents who adopt have been proven to be just as good of parents as any other parent. In some ways they have even been considered better than the typical "nuclear family". The supporting of gay marriage can also benefit gays in that they…

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    all these reasons are true, then why has it taken all these years to make it legal? Denying the option for some specific people creates a second class of citizens. “On July 25, 2014 Miami-Dade County Circuit Court Judge Sarah Zabel ruled Florida's gay marriage ban unconstitutional and stated that the ban ‘serves only to hurt, to discriminate, to deprive same-sex couples and their families of equal dignity, to label and treat them as second-class citizens, and to…

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    Being Born Gay

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    In today’s society, everyone knows of at least two or maybe even more gay, bisexual, or lesbian people; the question is were they born with it or did they make the choice for themselves? There is a large amount of gay’s that feel like they did not make the choice on their own, some simply feel that even during childhood they knew they were gay. I cannot tell you how many times I have heard the line, “Being born gay is like being born into a race, you have no control over it.” This is an…

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    Anti-Gay Propaganda

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    “anti-gay propaganda”. This law bans propaganda of nontraditional sexual relations among minors (Chance 2). There are those who believe that Russia is standing on weak, wobbly wooden legs and these laws purposely serve as a distraction tactic from the internal and systematic problems within their country (alliteration of w; metaphor). But why cause so much suffrage, pain and harm amongst your own people (rhetorical question)? It is to our concern as humans to address and help fight for gay…

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    Gay Adoption Benefits

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    today’s society, gay adoption is a frequently discussed issue that is taking place. Some people believe that it is just straight up wrong while others believe everyone deserves equal rights and opportunities. Many people believe that having same sex parents hold back a child in life. This, however, is not true in any way. Having same sex parents can actually benefit a child rather than negatively impact them. Ever since gay marriage has come about, gay adoption has been an issue. Gay adoption is…

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    Gay Appropriation

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    of gay appropriation risen. There are numerous vagrants on the planet, yet insufficient families or guardians to take them in. There aren't that numerous families who can and will receive youngsters, whether this is on account of they can't bolster them, they have offspring of their own, or they simply don't need kids. The final product is still an excess of stranded youngsters needing a cherishing family. There is an answer for this issue. Gay reception. There is a rising measure of open gay…

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    Essay On Gay Violence

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    who identify as LGBT+. This acronym stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender, but it can be extended to include all different sexualities and gender identities. While they seem much more accepted today than…

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    to know who’s gay and who’s straight? Can’t we just love everybody and judge them by the car they drive?”-Ellen Degeneres.In society today, gays and lesbians are constantly harassed for being that way.They are considered “abnormal” and are “easy targets” by people who don’t like them. This has become a big problem not only in America, but in the rest of the world. Gays and lesbians are living in a world where they are judged for liking someone of the same gender. Even though gay marriage…

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