LGBT history

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  • Social Work Argumentative Essay

    The inSocial Work Podcast- Wounded Bonds: Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual (GLB) Military Service Members and Veterans gave great insight on the LGBT military community and how we as social workers can better serve them. Dr. Lisa Butler conduct an interview with Dr. Michael Pelts and Dr. David Albright to discussed their review of the social work profession’s literature, implication for social work education and practice, and the training needed by social workers to effectively serve this population. Let’s take a closer look at what Dr. Pelts and Dr. Albright had to say. While Dr. Pelts and Dr. Albright were examining the history and context of the U.S. military’s treatment of LGBT service members and veterans, they learned that out of the 25 million…

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  • Essay On The Stonewall Riot

    They never thought that that could have changed the world by changing the way everyone viewed them. The Stonewall Riot was the most important event in American LGBT – lesbian, gay, bisexual,…

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  • Sex Trafficking In Russia Essay

    There are many topics out there to choose from. Sex trafficking in Thailand, AIDS in Africa, or the African Food Crisis of 2011. (globalissues.org) The topic chosen is one that isn’t just happening in Russia. It happens all over the world. The topic is “Human Rights - LGBT” and the paper will focus on Russia. History and Demography With a population of 142.470.272, Russia is a huge country. Out of all the people in Russia only 29.918.757 people believe that homsexuality is an orientation that…

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  • How Important Are Pride Events To The LGBT Community: Article Analysis

    The article “How Important are Pride Events to the LGBT Community” was written by Eileen Patten a researcher for the Pew Research Center in 2013. This article provides the reader with statistics on individuals that are actively participating in LGBT events that are also known as “Gay Pride” events. The author incorporates the importance of the LGBT events, because she wants the reader to realize that community in particular is one that is growing at rapid rates. This article gives accounts on…

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  • Gender Dysphoria In The LGBT Community

    The visibility and acceptance of those in the LGBT community has greatly increased over the last few years. Progressive media producers such as Netflix has created content, such as Orange is the New Black, that has shown those in the community in a positive light. This show has been extremely popular, and has been influential in changing the way that the nation views lesbian, bisexual, and trans characters and people. However, there wasn’t always stage for on non-straight and non-cis people. In…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Curiosity

    My curiosity was first sparked by the LGBT+ community when I was in eighth grade. This was when I discovered my sexual orientation differed from my friends'. At this point, I knew nothing but the terms "gay" and "straight". Now I am aware of the numerous sexualities and genders that exist. Because of this curiosity, along with my own identity, I have spent countless hours since eighth grade doing my best to help the LGBT+ community. I have found that the best way to do this is through education,…

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  • History Of The Supreme Court Case Of Obergefell V. Hodges

    of June 2015 was a day that went down in history for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) community. This was the date of the decision for the landmark Supreme Court case, Obergefell v. Hodges, which determined that same-sex marriages were to be considered legal in all fifty states (Obergefell v. Hodges, 2015). Those who are in the LGBT community were overjoyed to finally have the long awaited marriage rights that had been granted to heterosexual couples for hundreds of years…

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  • APA LGBT Community Analysis

    The meanings of home not only refer to a place where can sleep and eat, but a place to carry the joys and angers, the place where full of love, responsibilities, obligations. Finding a home is a human destiny in a sense. For Asian Americans, a home can be a small family built up by the people they loved, also can be a community established by the entire Asian American. For APA LGBT, the home is not always make they feel peace of mind. It is easy for ordinary people to have access to the support…

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  • Violation Of LGBT Rights

    After reviewing the current list of issued posted on the American Civil Liberties Union’s website the category of most personal interest was LGBT Rights. LGBT stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender. ACLU’s website also breaks LGBT rights down into smaller categories regarding parenting, relationships, and youth just to name a few. People of all ages and religions classifying under LGBT have suffered from violations of their human rights. Curiosity was drawn to these topics, as…

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  • Ordinary People And Heroes Essay

    protecting the city from super villains, they are there, slowly fighting for their rights. In this case, they are fighting for their rights as homosexuals, people who identify as gays or lesbians. A group of people who created a spark in Canadian history on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights. The Brunswick Four were a group of four lesbians’ who decided to sing in a Toronto bar called the Brunswick Bar in 1974 where they sang, “a rousing revision of “I Enjoy Being a Girl” – for…

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