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    Evan Eulner 12/7/17 SXS 400 Carrington 915417794 Sexual Diferences What factors can influence a persons sexuality? Each person has their own unique sexual orientation. Using Gay, Straight, and The Reason Why, a book by Dr. LeVay and Genetic and Environmental Effects on Same-sex Sexual Behavior, an article from the Archives of Sexual Behavior, the reason why people have sexual differences can vary based on environmental factors and biological influences that are unique to each individual.…

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    Suicide Among LGBT Youths

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    to many factors that derive directly and indirectly from their sexual identities. Likewise, some scholars predict that there is a high suicide risk among LGBT youths. It is important to specify this group of LGBT youths because their non-binary sexual identity may lead to other at-risk behaviors and suicidal tendencies that may not occur in the lifestyle of non-LGBT youths. To understand the relationships between the sexual orientation to the suicide risks among youths, three studies present…

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    Same Sex Attractions

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    didn’t mention that they don’t tell them (203). He also talks about a study that shows that family rejection of coming out as a sexual minority was linked to higher rates of depression, substance use and unprotected sex among adolescents (qtd. In Santrock. 204). By doing those two…

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    Male Androphilia

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    Vasey and Doug P. VanderLaan commentate on the evolution of male androphilia in “Evolving research on the evolution of male androphilia” Androphilia is the sexual attraction and arousal to men. Many cultures express androphilia in varying ways. Homosexuals who occupy the gender role of that which is common of their sex behave in a masculine manner and are identified as men. However, transgendered male homosexuals…

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    Throughout the history of the United States, it has been deemed necessary to disallow employers from discriminating against employees for a vast number of reasons. Under federal law, the protected characteristics are pregnancy, religion, national origin, disability, age, military affiliation, bankruptcy and debt, genetic information and citizenship status. The list has had a few recent additions with the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Equal Pay Act of 1963 to include race and sex as well. What…

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    Don T Tell Policy

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    individual in the military that was proven to have or attempted to engage in homosexual actions would have to be discharged. A second provision was that an individual in the military could face discharge if the individual admitted to being of a sexual orientation, specifically within LGBT. One other provision dealt with discharge if proven that an individual in the military was in or attempted to be in a homosexual…

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    all the factors nonverbal communication can bring out when it comes to advancing tolerance and equality when it comes to identifying sexual orientation. Despite the shows expectations, nothing came out positive from them resulting in the cancellation of both the television series. These shows ultimately brought up implications regarding the subject of sexual orientation and in addition, explains why nonverbal communication is so important regarding any context. Nonverbal communication,…

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    attitudes of acceptance, accurate LGBT representation, and laws meant to protect people from discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity have thus lead to more people feeling encouraged or safe enough to share their sexuality; instead of hiding it as many are forced to do. Unfortunately, there are many that still do not feel able to…

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    Speechmaker's Study

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    the gay orientation can be instantaneously changed by interpretation a transcript and the fundamental result of ascriptions about the regulator (environment) or non-controller (inherited) of gay orientation on the denial of gay parenting and their societal privileges. The Frias-Navarro et al, (2015) study projected the results showed that beliefs about the etiology of the sexual orientation could be revised by means of a copied transcript; additionally, respondents who assumed that same sexual…

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    children in; however, many have claimed that these adults are in unfit to care for children due to their sexual orientation. In the American Foster care system, LGBT couples are viewed as inadequate caregivers to children due to the claims of people who disagree with their differing sexual…

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