There is a solution to this problem. Gay adoption. There is a rising amount of open homosexual couples everywhere and most of them would love to have kids, but it’s still illegal for homosexual couples to adopt children in some areas of the U.S., let alone the world. All across our country, and in other countries, there are children awaiting adoption and eager parents who would like to welcome those children into their homes but are banned from doing so. These parents have done nothing wrong and possess the same skills and resources as other potential parents, and yet they are not allowed to give a child everything he or she needs, love, protection, and security.
The definition of neglect according to oxford English dictionary is “failing to care for properly.” The parents may not pay attention because they are more interested in each other and ”tired” of the child they adopted. Some same-sex couples just adopt a child to make a statement that they can adopt. They may focus only on problems they have or worry about same-sex rights that they don’t have and want, so the forget about the child. They may never talk to their child or children. The idea of neglect is not a physical state, but a mental state like Mr. Lopez’s situation.
According to Chinggu, LGBT couples around the world were still excluded. Similar-sex couples do not receive equal services and rights compared to opposite-sex couples. Like for examples, they do not receive equal treatments on some aspects of healthcare, pensions, housing and education. In addition, sex work has a great impact on job search. As a result, LGBT members prefer to keep their real gender identity for employment as well as not to be eliminated in the labor market.
is denying her identity and with the pressure of the society, she thinks that being homosexual is a burden that she needs to escape. The conclusion of this essay signifies that similarities in the representation of families are more than differences. Such as unsupportive approach from parents, thr willing to be normal and overpowering gender roles. Despite of the fact that both families have completely different backgrounds, the observation of the family responses and attitudes are following a parallel path. Word count:
They want to be honest to those people they care and trust about their sexual orientation, about who they are. Coming out is delicate to them because they’re afraid of what others might think or say to them and can’t accept them, specially their families. They want to protect themselves from discrimination and prejudice. Many gay people remain in the closet because they have fear, that they will be rejected by their loved ones and are at risk for physical violence. LGBT people are people too; they have feelings, they can love, they can do anything that straight people can do too.
If gay marriage was legal, they would not face such problems and discriminations, they would get better attitudes from people. Governments do not accept gay marriage because they are afraid of the community’s upcoming acts. Governments have a big mistake in ignoring gay people’s human rights because of religious reasons. Religious ideas of people must not affect the legalization of gay marriage and child adoption. Governments exist to provide equality to all of the people living in their community, ignoring their race, sex, religion and sexual orientation.
While the majority of the population believes that the legalization of gay marriage will have negative impact on the society, gay activists claim that it is against basic civil rights to prohibit them from marrying. The constitution gives us many civil rights and remedies. One of the liberty granted to us is to be in pursuit of happiness, which homosexual people are not allowed to chase. They cannot be married to the person they love. It violates their freedoms.
The word "queer" that began as a label or something very offensive and often used for discriminatory or offensive purposes, became a word for members of the gay community without offensive purposes. There was a time in this country when homosexuality was mistakenly classified as a mental illness. However, extensive investigations showed that this assumption was false. On the other hand, doctors and psychologists have recognized that being lesbian or gay does not create obstacles to a happy, healthy and productive life. Therefore it is not correct to label them with words like "queer" when in fact maybe the society is the "queer" for not understanding and respecting the sexual orientation of each
This topic needs to be discussed more not only in schools but in local communities because this way, opinions about trans people would change and that it will lessen the prejudice that had been the basis of the stigma of them. Conservatism will only further restrict the way of thinking of the people and society in a way would suffer the consequences of their narrow-mindedness when the time comes. In my opinion, transgender people are normal and I can’t sense what makes them different from the others. We all have our own opinions regarding our lifestyle so we don’t have a right to judge the way others find their own
Knowing this, many LGBTI people hesitate to turn to the legal system for protection from abuse. Given the homo/bi/transphobia and heterosexism that has been woven into our history and the biases that we have internalised as a result of that history, welcoming LGBTI survivors of intimate partner violence into programs and serving them appropriately calls for more in-depth training than most agencies/organisations can