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    century Europe, but still remains true today. During the late 1400’s sodomy was a crime that could be committed by men and women, although the term was not used when in reference to women. Sodomy was somewhat of a new trend being recognized in women, but rising in popularity. Sodomy was a crime that was punishable by death for both men and women. But with an accusation such as sodomy one had to go to court and have a proper trial, then if found guilty, the accused was sentenced to death. What was once punishable by death is merely casually talked about today, but there are still some people…

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    I was a teenage mother in High school. I got pregnant at the age of sixteen and I had my son at seventeen. I spent my whole junior year pregnant and senior year raising my son. When people found out I was pregnant they turned their backs on me. I was ashamed of what happened to me and I couldn’t bear to walk the hallways of my high school. I had my mistake written practically on my forehead. My son wasn’t the mistake; my mistake was having sex before marriage and not protecting myself from…

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    However, under the law they were able to exercise their liberty under the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment. The ruling of Lawrence v Texas was a landmark case, which overturned the ruling of Bowers v Texas (1986), which dealt with criminalizing oral and anal sex between homosexuals. Lawrence v Texas made same-sex activity legal in every U.S. state and overturned sodomy laws in thirteen other…

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    Sex is a very intimate action, which involves two consenting persons. In recent years, sex before marriage has become more common, yet, many believe that it is impossible to have sex without catching feelings for the other person, especially women. Women in today’s society are constantly used by men for sex and not for a loving relationship. Numerous men view women as easily emotionally attached to people, which contributes to the stereotype. It is because of this action towards women, that many…

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    In today’s modern society, children often grow up being taught to exercise the religion that their parents claim themselves to be. While growing up, children are not exposed to different types of religion, therefore they are unable to identify themselves with a religion that they choose or fits them the most. Instead, these individuals are being forced to adopt the religion of their parents, and they blindly accept it. Most, not all, of children do not go out and explore all the different…

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    Why The Bible Tells Me So?

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    Hey, it is your old friend Jacky, just wanted to know how you are doing. I also heard that you have some questions about what the bible has to say and think about the topic of homosexuality. To answer your questions, I’ll mention some sources that can help you. Sources such as biblical passages like Genesis 1, Genesis 2, Genesis 19, Leviticus 18-20, and 1 Corinthians 6:9. There are also some sources that are useful to look at for answers such as two films named “Preserving Marriage in Minnesota”…

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    Laura Augustin’s ‘Sex at the Margins’ (2007), and Jerker Edstrom’s 2010 article ‘Time to Call the Bluff’ highlight similar barriers to effective development programs. Augustin challenges imperialism in international aid, particularly concerning prostitution. Her work discusses Western aid workers’ desire to impose their own morals and control those that they help, for example, determining what aid is received (Augustin, 2007). Edstrom notes similar issues within HIV/AIDS interventions:…

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    Since the first Torahs and Bibles were written and printed, there has been constant discussion and argument circling around the aspects of interpretations and what certain passages mean versus what they don’t. As readers of anything, it is important to look for meaning, even more so when it comes to heavily religious texts like that of the Judeo-Christian faiths. Within recent years, the overarching argument within Christianity specifically, has become about the story of the destruction of Sodom…

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    The Rise Of Sodomy

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    The rise of a movement The first steps of the LGBTQ+ movement were taken during the 19th century. Sodomy was considered a crime in many countries and their colonies; it was only decriminalized by those countries that followed the French legal model, which considered crime only the behaviour that harmed third parties. In Europe, those countries were France, Spain, Belgium, Luxemburg, Holland, Portugal, Italy and Bavaria (before the formation of the German Empire); while in America there were…

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    Sodomy Law In Texas

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    In China, males under the age of 14 will not charge unless there was a physical assault. In China physical assault can be charged and punished for a maximum of five years. The meaning for sodomy in this purpose is intercourse between humans anal or oral intercourse. Which may be punishable as criminal offense. In the State of Texas the first sodomy law passed in 1860. In that time it was punishable for five to 15 years. Over the years, the sodomy law has been under much debate and…

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