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    against (LGBT) individuals also in five years. LGBT-is known by the Federal Bureau Investigation stats- Hate crimes statistics Act to have been the 3rd most consist target of hate violence over the past decade. Most hate crimes incidents have one bias, target, even though the hate crime program takes reports of several bias incidents. This is defined as multiple bias incidents-classified when two/or more offense types were motivated.…

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    the crazy stereotypes of the LGBT community. That they were perverse, confused, and wrong. I even believed that Trans people were mentally challenged. It was not something I personally believed but what I came to think because of the social, religious, and personal influences around me. My social circle was really small and full of religious people who early on gave me the impression that being gay was absolutely disgusting. I believe my very first experience with the LGBT community was when I…

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    antagonize with hatred in their speech, heart, and actions. The LGBT community has struggle throughout the years with bigotry that has led to mass killings, hate speeches, and boycotts with companies. Many innocent people has suffered from lack of respect for one another, without any support from the justice system. One late, thrilling, and exciting night of June sixteenth two thousand and sixteen, a young man by…

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    Describe the Main Features of LGBT Scotland In this work I will address the main features of LGBT Scotland, for this, I will identify the work LGBT Scotland does and the main audience. Additionally, I will also discuss the values and purpose of LGBT Scotland. Finally, I will come to a conclusion. LGBT Scotland is a youth organisation aimed at young people aged 13 – 25. Within this are two subgroups within this that split youths into an age range or 13 – 18 and 18 – 25. It’s a charity…

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    Homophobia has been around for many years, and at times, dominated decisions that were made in regards to the LGBT community. Exactly what is homophobia? Homophobia is the negative thoughts, feelings, and behaviors an individual has in response to others who are perceived to be gay or lesbian. This concept has plagued many among the LGBT community in regards to equal rights, fair employment, and most shocking of all, personal safety. This paper highlights some studies which have been conducted…

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    help end this prejudice. But the battle is not over yet, there is a group of people who are still fighting to ban their rights: the radical far right. That's right, the adversity of the LGBT community in the US primarily stems from radical right-wingers. First, let start by letting people know that the rights of LGBT people are in great danger in part of this presidential election. Of course, we have common sense democrats such as Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton who actually respect the…

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    LGBT discrimination in schools is very important in today’s society. Many parents send their child (children) to school for a learning education, not to be mistreated and abused. Some people may argue that discrimination is not only in the classrooms but within the sports at school. Some may even argue that it’s not right for the opposite sex to participate in activities. I feel as though as long as they’re treated fairly, I don’t see where the problem lies. Activities like football and…

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    prevalently affects people in the LGBT community. HIV is a virus that is most commonly spread through sexual contact. HIV is a chronic disease, so it can last for years or be lifelong. For individuals who have lived with HIV there whole life, there have been, “tremendous medical advances [that] have helped HIV positive individuals live longer, healthier lives, there remains no cure”(Human Rights Campaign, 2016). HIV affects the LGBT community most frequently, LGBT, stands for “Lesbian, Gay,…

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    Gay Bisexual Transgender (LGBT) community has it hard enough already, but adding bullying and harassment for being themselves is unnecessary. In 2011 statistics show that 82% of LGBT youth had problems with bullying due to their sexual orientation (Teaching Tolerance). Bullying is only the beginning; it leads to depression and possibly suicide. It is okay to be different; certain people just do not know how to handle it. People should not have to suffer from bullying. LGBT youth suffer from…

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    The LGBT community has been fighting for their rights for years to have the same freedom as straight people do. The community has slowly gained its acceptance by everyone and recently same marriage has been legalized. While fighting for these rights, they have also supported in fighting other rights in the past for HIV/AIDS patients, and for abortion rights. The LGBT has been successful in helping HIV/AIDS patients that were neglected, but now they can move on and focus on the abortion rights.…

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