Transgender people in Singapore

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    The rights of both adult and teenage transgenders are more accommodating than the rest of the adults and teenageers. The decision to change genders is a hard one and can sometimes be influenced by outside sources. The new decisions regarding where the transgenders go to the bathroom has raised a lot of concern throughout the transgender community. The controversy over the robe change color in Ashland, Massachusetts has brought up questions for the general public regarding if this process was taking in account all of the students feelings or not. Transgenders have become more apparent and popular in our everyday lives causing some controversy between their rights and the rest of the people’s rights. The new uprise of the transgender community…

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    The state's historical narrative of Singapore is constructed as such to highlight Singapore's struggle for survival and success from the British Colonial Era till after Singapore gained independence in 1965. The state's narrative of Singapore is presented and taught to students through national education in schools. In comparison, the history of managing differences depicts internal developments in Singapore. Differences include race, religion, language, culture, gender, sexual orientations,…

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    Policies in Singapore by Youyenn Teo is an insightful read. Teo begins her article with the ideal and traditional roles, males and females uphold in their family and nation. These stereotypes and categorization are founded on traditional values and government policies. It can be argued that Singapore and her policies are, sometimes built on Confucius beliefs (Moyer, 2015). As such, many Singaporeans thus acknowledge the government’s efforts in safeguarding traditional beliefs (Teo, 2009) and…

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    Rhetorical Analysis of Liberals Think that Only Liberals Can Boycott and Protest Ryan T. Anderson, a member of The Heritage Foundation, wrote an article regarding the hypocrisy of liberals and how religious freedom is under attack. The article, “Liberals Think that Only Liberals Can Boycott and Protest” begins with stereotypes and ad hominem by generalizing and attacking a group of people. He suggests that all liberals do not have standards. He uses a false analogy and emotional fallacies to…

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    Being Gay Research Paper

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    “Being gay is natural. Hating gay is a lifestyle choice” - John Fugelsang. The question of LGBT rights come into play with this quote. What kind of human rights violations are LGBT people exposed to? When thinking about the answer to the question, there are a lot of themes to take into consideration. For example, LGBT rights affect government, environment, social relations, and ethics. Determining what themes human rights violations affect allows us to see how some countries have better human…

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    Gay Marriage Religion

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    Religious people may clearly state gay marriage is contrary to the word of God and is incompatible with the beliefs, sacred texts, and traditions of many religious groups. However, many religious leaders and churches support gay marriage and they say it is consistent with scripture. Throughout the years, support for homosexual couples has increased dramatically which in today’s society is slowly opening the doors for acceptance and overall prosperity between different people. Over time, the…

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    You can only face your fear of bullying by standing up to the bully, but why is bullying taken lightly especially with adults? Bullying is more than just the physical form, in fact so many kids and adults commit suicide due to bullying and everybody is affected when it comes to bullying whether they are directly involved or watching. There is no excuse for bullying, but there is no excuse for when people take it lightly and turn their heads to the situation. If everybody lends a hand to take a…

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