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    Emotional contagion can affect all of us on a daily basis, I want to look at what those are, and see in what ways our emotions can be manipulated without our knowing. This topic is important because many times our emotions get the best of us, or we are acting in a way that we don't really understand how we got that way, and understanding what is going on is key. Some people go into rage fits, and don't know what really set them off, and this could be because of a preexisting mood that had…

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    It is very hard to imagine a world where police are harassing and arresting the LGBTQ community just for gathering together in public or simply expressing themselves. This community had their jobs, families, and lives threatened just for being who they are. Unfortunately, this is what life was like before they started to fight back against the oppression. The younger generations have grown up in a society, for the most part, of love, acceptance, and protection for these people. This essay will…

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    Rubin Thinking Sex Analysis

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    Since its publication, the typology in Gayle Rubin’s “Thinking Sex: Notes for a Radical Theory of the Politics of Sexuality” (1984) has been useful for analyzing contemporary sexual concerns, as well as the potential subsequent moral and sex panics that follow. One such concern revolves around sexual education in public school systems. Since receiving federal backing in 1940, sexual education has been contested throughout the United States; in fact, over 70 years later, the country still lacks a…

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    The theme of appearance and reality is much discussed in Macbeth. Various critics have tended to look at the text from diverse perspectives. One of the most difficult plays to perform, Macbeth remains the centre of interest for both the students and the scholars. From the very first scene of the play, it becomes apparent that the play would deal with the problematic area of appearance and reality; as confirmed by the statements made by the witches: ‘Fair is foul and foul is fair.’ According to…

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