Gay Rights Dbq Research Paper

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1) The rights of LGBTQ (Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Queer) citizens are a must, and it 's our responsibility to be on the right side of history. Even though gay marriage is legalized, there is still a long way to go with LGBT rights and State and Federal Law.
2) Discriminating against anybody based on their lifestyle is a violation of human rights, and protection of human rights is the soul of a healthy democracy.
3) We should help build hope and start to create a world where everyone can live without the constant fear of being discriminated based on who they are and who they love.
4) Powerful lessons we have learned from past human right movements is that the battles we fought were painful and tough, but in the end they brought sweeping changes in American society by making it more caring and just. If it were not for the Abolition movement, the Women’s Rights movement, the Civil Rights movement, and many other social movements, U.S. would not have progressed and evolved the way it has.
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6) Among the many organizations fighting for the rights of the LGBTQ community, Human Rights Campaign is the nation’s largest gay-rights organization. They are all lobbying for political changes and have been successful in bringing awareness about gay rights. Over the years, public perception of gay rights has increased from twenty-seven percent in 1996 to fifty percent in 2012

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