Do you think being gay is an option or is someone born that way? I 'm here to talk about someone who is trying to figure out feelings dealing with options. The author of The Gay Option, Stephanie Farmington tells us that she wrote a letter explaining her being gay and how she feels that it 's optional. This is important because it allows the reader to know what the just of the article will be about. Starting with the letter impacts the reader to an extent were they kind of feel sorrow for the Author.
My hopes were dashed when our English teacher decided that it would be easier to grade if all of us worked the same book and assigned Mark Twain’s classic over Charles Dickens. The only thing that can influence the score now was presentation. Instead of following the traditional way of listing dates and events, I created a timeline chart for the important events based on a design on the internet. I revolutionized the list of characters by using a picture hierarchy as opposed to bullet points. Moreover, I used images of Tom and Huck in the Smart Art table that I used to point out similarities.
The term “pro-choice” has fallen out of favor when the American public. Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) recently discovered that the word just does not seem to have the power to motivate the general population in the way it did when it was first coined. And while other pro-abortion groups may continue to use it, Planned Parenthood is attempting to cast a wider net by abandoning it all together. In the modern media culture, the term “pro-choice” has been used for everything from abortion-on-demand to giving parents the option to choosing what kind of school their child can attend throughout their life. It is purposely vague regarding the “choices” that are actually available.
Research is showing that most people do not even believe in religion at all anymore. I agree with Sotomayor when she says how does withholding marriage from LGBTQ community increase value to another. While I definitely understand why people were upset I believe it was step forward in the equal rights when it come to the LGBTQ community. There is definitely much more progress to be made but with time, I believe it
I also learned the effect that logical fallacies have on an argument––both undetected and detected. Through the analysis of the numerous arguments that we have read throughout the course, I have learned how to effectively catch logical fallacies in arguments. Although the use of appeals was a review from high school, I had trouble telling the difference and distinguishing which appeal was which. I have learned how to differentiate and distinguish emotional from rational rom ethical appeals in literary works. I was able to apply what I’ve learned to the presidential debates, which shed light on the candidates’ arguments.
I am against the idea od gay marriage. When going against gay rights, most people bring up topics on thing like children, civil rights, and the major topic, Religion. I do agree that gay marriage does have an affect on a child, it denies them either a father or a mother, and when it comes to religion, I guess it questions how much faith you have in your religion. But the thing with society is that they have to get their point straight. We live in today’s society, which looks down on abortion, but then at the same time, treat teenage parents as failures.
We have reached the end of the semester unconsciously. During this semester, we’ve practiced and improved our writing by outlining, composing, editing, and revising. Throughout the process, I discovered my strengths and weaknesses, meanwhile, I tried hard to refine my writing skills. By now, we have focused on a few types of writing: rhetorical analysis, critical analysis, and argument. Remembered our first in-class essay was a rhetorical analysis of an argument.
I didn’t think I was very good at telling “why” I should be chosen. Despite that, I didn’t think I was very good at writing period. My first thought was to find someone older who could possibly write me a strong essay that would get me in for sure. My mom called my cousin to see if she could write the essay for me and she agreed to it. When I received her rough draft I was beyond disappointed.
So you could say that this topic before this course was a bit taboo to me. I do have some homosexual family members, but no one in my family has ever came out about wanting to have a sex change. Therefore, Jennifer 's story did surprise me at first, because it was the first actual story I have read about someone who went through with this lifestyle change. I still do not fully understand why a man who is older and seems content with his wife, family and kids could even have a family in the first place, and then plan on completely changing his gender. Why would anyone, especially James, want to become a woman, and knowingly have something seriously alter their entire life at such an old age?
In 1972 the ERA was sent to the states to be ratified but the amendment fell two states short and was therefore not included in the constitution. In this article, many scholars argue that the ERA is needed to increase the standard of law that is now used to settle sex discrimination cases. They also believe it would help women that believe they are being denied equal rights. These assumptions