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    he has worked in the film industry in Oklahoma and is aspiring to be an actor in Los Angeles, California. I met Mark through a high school friend at the local bar The Stonewall, which I have since found out that The Stonewall is known to be Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender friendly, well more so than other bars around Stillwater, Oklahoma. Mark has known he was a homosexual since middle school; middle school is a time of extreme mental, psychological, and physical change for every child…

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    other forms from others. While the trend lately has undoubtedly been shifting in favor of gay marriage, with over half of the country now allowing it (with some states attempting to appeal), there is still a battle to be fought so that the LGBT community can be on equal ground with their heterosexual counterparts. Laws passed as recently as last year continue to be a hassle to…

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    couldn 't marry a Christian, 100 years later look how many people are happily married. Marriage is based on Love, between 2 people that truly love each other, regardless of sex & gender. Although our country has legalized gay marriage, we still have a long way to go before gays and lesbians are accepted and…

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    white male. After coming out to his conservative parents that he is gay, Garrett ran away from home and has been gone for several days. After staying with various friends, Garrett ended up at the homeless youth shelter. To better understand what methods should be taken to help Garrett, this worker will pay close attention the the cultural contexts of Garrett himself, his family, and his environment. Cultural Context Although gay rights organizations such as The Society for Human Rights and The…

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    It is mid-June, the sun is shining down on everybody wearing rainbow colored everything from shirts, bandanas, and even painting their body in the colors of the rainbow. This is the month of gay pride marches. These events attract thousands of people every year to support and take pride in being gay. These parades are a good way of raising awareness of LGBT rights and ways they can be improved. Marches like that have a purpose behind them and prove to be effective every year; pride parades have…

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    Do I Sound Gay Analysis

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    The informational documentary, “Do I Sound Gay?”, is centered around filmmaker and journalist David Thorpe, and his desire to have a less-feminine sounding voice. Thorpe’s struggles with masculinity has nothing to do with hiding that he is gay, a fact he is rather proud of, rather it is to aid in his attempts to find suitable mates as he is a mid-40s bachelor. His journey takes him to various speech coaches, LGBT icons, family and friends of Thorpe, and historians and experts in speech pathology…

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    Even though gay marriage is legal throughout the entire country, it does not change the fact that discrimination in the LGBTQ community still happens everyday. People who discriminate against those in LGBTQ community should have harsher punishments put against them. To some people this may sound insane, that in 2016 gay people are still be looked down upon, but today I am here to show you some major examples of what goes on everyday right here in our country. Denial of service, suicide rates…

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    believe that being gay was wrong and that my family would not accept me if I “chose to be gay”. Little did my family know when they said me those things, I am gay. They misunderstand me all the time when me being gay gets brought up. They think that it 's a phase or I’m choosing to live this way or my friends are making me this way but that is far from the truth. When I was younger and I would answer the question “How do you feel about gay marriage?” or “What is your opinion on gays in general”…

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    prejudice is something that may be tolerated in the gay community (Callander, Newman, & Holt, 2015). The researchers posit that racial prejudices and preferences are more openly communicated in online communities than in person and found that many people do not consider voicing racial preferences as a microaggression or racism. These experiences of general racism perpetuated in the Gay community against people of color prove difficult and disconcerting for gay men of color. Microaggressions are…

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    Why are most people now ok with gays when transgenders are still left in the darkness of discrimination and hate? There is a large amount of evidence that supports all the discrimination, refusal of work and all the pain, for all of the harassment. Why are people so transphobic and homophobic when they are just normal people like the rest of them? There is Discrimination, refusal of service, and pain and suicide that transgenders and gays face all through their life. High amounts of…

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