Dude, I love you, but no homo though. Ew Your gay, it’s just a phase, you’re confused. Good day Mr. Gutierrez,and fellow classmates. I’m Charlize and today I’m going to be talking about homophobia and why you shouldn’t be homophobic. Homophobia the discrimination against homosexuals or those parts of the LGBT+ community.
I understand some people have different mindsets and claim they do not know right from wrong, but that gives no excuse, we shouldn 't stereotype in general. The things it could do to a person is dehumanizing, for example, if I stereotype a girl for looking “ mexican” it could really hurt her self- esteem. I mean, obviously she wouldn 't show it right away but she may feel some pain and it can drive her to be more self-conscious and worried about what people thought of her. We, as humans, should treat each other way better. We are all in this world together and like it or not, we are all each other has.
Do you know that being gay isn’t a bad thing, it’s just a sexuality? Did you know that some people in the world are attracted to people of the same gender, but it is still love and it should be just as valid as heterosexuality? Being gay has been treated as a horrible thing in history and still today. People are becoming more accepting of all love, no matter if it is between a woman and a woman, a man and a man, a woman and a man, or neither with either. Love prevails, but before that, ignorance had taken over.
Categorizing people is just infest to society. Governments and laws are try to stop discrimination about sexuality because of damage to government by discrimination, but like many examples about women in business life, justice can’t control everything. It can be distinctive for a while but justice can’t be permanent. In this point culture take to responsibility about changing perspective of discrimination. If minds are getting clear about sexual equality, discrimination will fall
On the other hand, people might argue, if some people stop obeying the law in the name of justice, others will stop following them completely. The rules and regulations of a country is what keeps it successful, and these rules sometimes bring success in the wrong ways. Many times laws are unjust morally, but are beneficial to the economy, upper class, or politicians. These groups might not think the law as unjust, but nonetheless, some laws are made to be broken. For example, the Sedition Acts signed by President James Madison were against what the United States of America stood for, and those who obliged to this law did not do the country justice by not
Imagine a world where it was normal to be homosexual and being heterosexual was frowned upon. Wouldn’t we want to be accepted for who we love? I repeatedly use our people because all these people are our friends, family members, leaders, followers and the random person on the street. Wouldn’t we want the best for them as they want for
It is imperative that the education ministry is aware of these situations, so that they can rectify the negative perception on sex into positive mainstream education. Sex education is the major vaccine to reduce, control and curb sex crimes, hence denying it for selfish reasons is something foolish to do. Sex education SHOULD be implemented in Malaysia because it is a science about human beings, not something we should shy away from at all
Being a male reduces the chances of being victimized, but it doesn’t serve as protection against the pain that can result. Sexual harassment is a serious problem and it should be prevented. Although some victims are afraid to tell their stories, I think they should because that would give more people courage. As you can see the #Metoo movement took off well because of people showing prevalence towards sexual
Questions that are asked and fought about in everyday life may be, is abortion wrong, should capital punishment be allowed, how should marriage be defined, and is homosexuality a choice. Without a worldview there would be no point or wanting to live. Having a view upon the world also allows us to live on realistic values. As a single person it’s easy to create your worldview but how does it affect everyone else? It could be said that individuals have world views not a society.
Homosexuality is mostly a taboo subject in Indian civil society and for the government. Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code makes sex with persons of the same gender punishable by law. On 2 July 2009, in Naz Foundation v. Govt. of NCT of Delhi, the Delhi High Court held that provision to be unconstitutional with respect to sex between consenting adults, but the Supreme Court of Indiaoverturned that ruling on 11 December 2013, stating that the court was instead deferring to Indian legislators to provide the sought-after clarity. There are no official demographics for the LGBT population in India, but the government of India submitted figures to the Supreme Court in 2012, according to which, there were about 2.5 million gay people recorded in India.