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  • Argumentative Essay On Gay Marriage And Equality

    Gay Marriage and Equality Gay marriage, these two words can make people go from being completely civilized, to arguing like crazy. This is a very sensitive topic for many people, and I honestly don't know why it has to be. I am fully supportive of the gay marriage law and rights. I think that through the years we have had this image of what a perfect society is supposed to be like. Trying to make the perfect society has ruined us we no longer accept people for they are, we only accept people…

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  • Persuasive Essay On Homosexual Adoption

    Adoption- Discrimination Adoption is when a child’s biological parents give up the right to be the child’s legal parents and the child receives new parents. The new parents then receive the same legal rights as biological parents. Homosexuals can’t give birth to a child naturally, and therefore one of the possibilities they have can be adoption. Lately, this has become a big problem for many of the homosexual couples. U09ug g hi imp cool bro Some might say that there are too many problems with…

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  • Nawal Alzoghbi's Oppression Of Women

    it is above all about visibility. By speaking out women reassure that they are there, even under layers of social stratification (Marshall). When Alison Bechdel realized that she would like to identify as a lesbian she felt the need to “share it immediately”, as if she has finally become visible (Bechdel, 58). Thus, Lorde’s daughter asked her mother to tell the world that she only became a “whole” when she broke the wall of silence (Lorde, 42). Audre Lorde…

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  • Argumentative Essay On Gay Marriage Services

    Gay Marriage and Gay Marriage Services The Supreme Court ruling is being followed but on the edges of that ruling are loopholes being jumped through. Gay marriages are now legal, but the service providers for their weddings are now denying them their specific service. That comes from baking the cakes to photography for the weddings. These are all essential for a wedding in this day and age. Should this behavior continue to be allowed? “Marriage is almost as old as dirt, and it was defined…

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  • Media Stereotypes: Dead Lesbian Syndrome

    Western culture rarely represents “other” people in the media, and when they are portrayed their identity falls into stereotypes and negative tropes. One trope that is common among queer characters is known as Bury Your Gays, or specifically Dead Lesbian Syndrome, which is a result of the extensive deaths of women-loving-women in television. This includes the character Commander Lexa from The 100 who was one particular death that left a strong impact on queer youth.…

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  • Summary Of The Five Sexes: Why Men And Women Are Not Enough

    Gender plays a big role in society. By definition it is the state of being either male or female. Each gender is set to a certain amount of expectations and norms linked to how they should behave and portray themselves. Sex however is different; it is the way of defining men and women based on their biological and physical attributions. Throughout the years opinions and outlooks on sexuality/gender have changed drastically. People are more open-minded and accepting of the change. There are many…

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  • Sweet Briar College

    year may have about Sweet Briar.” These time-honored traditions certainly establish a social hierarchy at all women’s colleges, but does that hierarchy exclusively promote romantic friendships? Lesbian psychologist Carla Golden argues a slightly different point in her contribution to the book “Lesbian Psychologies.” Her essay, “Diversity and Variability” argues “the environment at women’s colleges are structurally and psychologically conducive to lesbianism” Golden argues that college is a…

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  • Same Love Hate Stereotypes

    “A culture founded from oppression Yet we don't have acceptance for 'em Call each other faggots behind the keys of a message board A word rooted in hate, yet our genre still ignores it.” (Azlyrics) “ The Same.” explains how the society looks upon homosexuality. How people throw around the word “Faggot” to describe something bad. That day in age has no remorse for how what they say or do that affects people who like the same sex. I will be describing how the song that I chose has an effect on the…

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  • Gay Marriage In Sam Smith's Lay Me Down

    Lay Me Down On February 3rd, 2013, Sam Smith created an angelic, enchanting, and self fulfilling song called Lay Me Down. Through his love of music Sam Smith is able to make a statement for what he believes is in equality throughout America in regards to same sex marriages in the church. Equality has always been a symbol of hope, liberty, freedom, and a chance to live an unbiased life. Unfortunately, some individuals do not agree with this value in America. Throughout history many Americans…

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  • What Are The Common Cultural Themes Of Family

    The most accepted form of family and marriage is a male and female with or without children. Polygyny is a form of marriage where men have more than one wife, and polyandry women have more than one husband. Some societies are even accepting gay and lesbian marriages with and without children. The common cultural themes of family and marriage are first, mate selection. This is described in several different ways. We form our own cultural groups and within those groups, we establish what we…

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