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    could have caused such a rift between anyone. She immediately called her attorney and scheduled an emergency meeting for the following morning, but was ultimately advised to reverse her decision and offer a public apology to both the couple and the LGBT community. Her attorney was confident that this approach would essentially put out the blossoming PR fire before it blazed even hotter and gained national news…

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    Homosexuality In Utah

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    Growing up in a very conservative state such as Utah, I have grown up knowing that there is a very negative connotation with being a part of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community. Homosexuality is an orientation that is accepted in my family; however, not by the religious communities we lived in. I was often exposed to phrases such as, “homosexuality is a choice” and “you can be cured if you suffer from homosexuality” After much analysis the statements, homosexuality is…

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    the shots mentioned in the chapter about the title sequence are from San Francisco. The city is known to have a high population of gay people and there are many pride flags all over the city and especially the Castro district showing the pride of the LGBT community. This is why it is no surprise that Nomi Marks lives in that city with her girlfriend. Her girlfriend Amanita Caplan wears her hair in dreads of which some parts are coloured pink, lavender and blue which are the colours of the…

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    One of my roommates in college was gay. He confided in me about his sexual preference, knowing I’d respect his confidence. Back then, gay people were openly ridiculed and rejected and attacked. I wish I could say this was no longer true, but obviously I can’t. We’ve come a long way, but what happened in Orlando and the reaction to it provide harsh reminders of how people hate those who are different from them in some way. Still so much hatred. I’m the associate minister at an open and…

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    “The Laramie Project” was a movie played by a group of people showing the reaction to the 1998 murder of a gay student in Laramie, Wyoming. The murder was criticized as a hate crime and brought attention to Laramie, Wyoming. The town was well known as a friendly place until Shepard’s death. This incident was an awful tragedy that discolors the name and reputation of the town. I was surprised to see that people would kill someone based on their sexuality. In 21st century, being homosexual is no…

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    clarification on how the Holy Scriptures convey the message of salvation of homosexuals. On the other hand, one advantage promoted by Trudeau’s arguments is the promotion of acceptance, and the reduction of hate and harassment towards members of the LGBT community. Trudeau’s thoughts may help promote peace and acceptance of homosexuals all around the world, and not just his country. Like John Paul II, Trudeau’s position also holds disadvantages. Without a solid foundation, like the Bible,…

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    In the United States, gender identification has taken a whole new direction. There are now sixty-three ways in which a person can identify themselves based on gender. In a time span of sixty years, those who perceive sexuality in a different way have gone from being persecuted to being able to recognize the exact category and classification to be associated with. This extreme change has definitely caused a strong sense of acceptance, but it is argued that this has also caused a type of…

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    Transgender Bathroom

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    by 55% - 41% that transgenders should use the bathroom of the gender they were born while Hillary Clinton supporters say by 76% - 21% that they should use the bathroom they gender identify as. The reason I chose this article is because transgender/LGBT…

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    I found the author’s argument about a man who penetrates another one is not considered to be gay in Latin America overly general because the article takes focus only on one country of that region. Even though this might happen in Brazil, we have to consider that many other nations should be considered when addressing this topic because the author only presents its arguments based on evidence drawn from his fieldwork in Brazil. I believe that this does not happen in every country of this region…

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    Homosexuality In Harlem

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    Throughout the 1920s to the 1930s, New York’s Harlem Renaissance brought a new wave of progress and radical black movement. This historical Jazz Age was essentially an emergence of new life within Harlem and the gay community. One aspect of the Harlem Renaissance that was crucial to its upbringing of progressive “New Negroes” is the black lesbian subculture that began to arise. This subculture intertwined with Afro-American jazz and the blues, working as both outlets for sexual and emotional…

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