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    color in gay issues. Allan begins by talking about being a gay, white male. He touches base on how he has recently started using white as an identity and how it has helped him notice other problems that gay people of color face. Allan talked about how we, as society, whitewash gay people and therefore gay POC have to actively identity as as such. In addition, white, gay activist are not educated on, nor do they fight for problems that gay POC face. Allan then goes onto give examples of gay…

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    always has been discriminated against being lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgendered people known as, LGBT, have fought for equal rights since the 1950s. With many Americans frowning upon the LGBT lifestyle in this time period, it is keen to knowing that soon enough, the LGBT community would take action. On June 28th, 1969 in Greenwich Village in Manhattan, one of the most memorable moments in LGBT history took place. Stonewall, a popular gay bar was raided with police forces that quickly…

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    supported in American society. Homosexuals should be protected from violence and that some states and local jurisdictions have enacted laws that include sexual orientation in strengthening the penalties for violence levied towards gays and lesbians. In recent years, gay men, lesbians and bisexuals have been fighting long and hard to get the same rights and benefits as their heterosexual counterparts. Any person who engages in unnatural carnal copulation with another person of the same or…

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    EFFECTIVENESS OF FAMILY SUPPORT FOR GAY ADOLESCENT MALES WHEN DISCLOSING SEXUAL IDENTITY Monique Henry Marywood University EFFECTIVENESS OF FAMILY SUPPORT FOR GAY ADOLESCENT WHEN DISCLOSING SEXUAL IDENTITY The purpose of this review is to examine the literature of research in recent past, their findings, and the availability of existing programs to demonstrate the vast difference between support and absence of support from parents of gay adolescents in regard to their overall wellness…

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    Gay Rights In The 1970's

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    the Water Gate scandal, the emergence of the hippies, and women’s rights movement, but we will be focusing on the gay rights movement and how it affected America and paved the way for a different future. “The Man I Love” was a song originally written by George and Ira Gershwin in 1927, long before the sexual revolution, but was covered by Zebedy Colt, in 1970, which gave the song a gay twist to it. We will discuss the meaning of this song as sung by a male, and the influence it had in the 70’s. …

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    Once, a long time ago, we used the word gay to say how someone or something is bright or happy. Can you imagine someone today saying, “Those flowers look very gay” or “I had such a fun day today, I feel gay?” No, because we now use the term ¨gay¨ to refer to a male homosexual person. After many years gay changed its meaning throughout time, but its meaning is constantly changing. People now use gay as an insult or to point something out as different or the outcast, but back in the day it meant…

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    Gay Culture Research Paper

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    This research will encompass male homosexuality within the United States as a contemporary culture. The gay male culture within the United States has vastly changed from an underground movement to full weeklong celebrations within major cities. In a country built on the backbone of religions such as Christianity that oppose any homosexual activities how was a culture able to survive? Have the American values of freedom, individuality, and community allowed this once taboo culture to grow? How…

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    “Straight Man In A Gay World” begins with Ryan Hickmott, a christian heterosexual man from a small town traveling to San Francisco to live in the largest gay community in America for 30 days. At a start, Ryan is very close-minded on the topic of homosexuality, he said “The Bible clearly states homosexuality is a sin.” During the episode, he frequently makes remarks on how he refuses to change his values and beliefs. Not until the end he learns to accept diversity and equality for everyone.…

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    Gay Agenda Research Paper

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    peacefully. First off, there is a lot of false ideas and misconception that target the LBGTQ+ people. One of the more well known false idea that many people think is true is ‘The Gay Agenda’. ‘The Gay Agenda’ is a deceitful idea that Christians conjured up that all homosexuals want to convert heterosexuals to being gay. Another false idea that is widely accepted is ‘LGBTQ+ are confused’. LGBTQ+ people are not confused; they can think clearly…

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    RATIONAL What if I told you that you can’t do anything that you ever wanted to? What if I told you this is because you are gay? What if I told you that none of you get the respect you deserve simply because you are gay? Most of these people spend their lives answering the question “What if” and this is because these people have no hope, they have lost faith in humanity. Being gay is being homosexual and homosexuality in simple words can be defined as a person who is attracted to someone of his…

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