Moment education On thing, I have to point out, however, is the book of matt also has a view on why this happened and while I think that the issue of tolerance and acceptance is a good subject.I think that the real problem is not Matthew Shepard it is the people themselves. They have this preordained idea that gays are bad and that because of this they have to fear them they can 't say why all they can say is that they don 't like it. It is kinda like the same reason that kids today have an immediate prejudice to germans because of what happened in the holocaust none of us have actually experienced it and very few of us have actually had anything to do with this event yet somehow we still have this connotation that Hitler is bad. This is because society has told us that Hitler is bad it doesn 't highlight the good he did or anything else other than Hitler bad man kills poor old jews.I find that this attitude while not entirely without reason exaggerates the qualities of both sides to the point. Kids today feel a hatred or sadness based on an event they might not know a dang thing about.
Women are judged no matter what they do. This causes them to lose their confidence and not seek their potential career, or they will not be hired due to them being a woman. Men are raised and told to not show emotions. When they get married and have a baby, they may be distant to their child. Thus, the child growing up without a supportive father figure which will then affect the child in return.
If people allow same sex marriage it is going to cause more conflicts in the world. For example, bullying and religious beliefs. What if a gay couples son grows up and think he has to like males because that he how his parents feel. Some feel same sex marriage is perfectly fine but on the other hand many people believe that is i wrong and
Similarly, Nwoye also resists the reputation of his own father by rejecting this masculine regime of Okonkwo and Igbo culture, showing feminine virtues instead. His intention to carry his beliefs on to his children is established when Okonkwo thinks to himself after he learns of Nwoye’s conversion to Christianity. Nwoye made the decision to leave Umofia after the realization that his views do not coincide with those of his society any longer due to the life time of exposure to the toxicity of Okonkwo’s masculine behavior. It is because he refuses to conform that Nwoye wishes to alter the reputation of himself and his family by joining a culture that he finds to reflect the values that he believes in, instead of those he was dejectedly forced into following by his
He wasn't sure if he was gay at the time he kissed his friend and he didn't know if it was okay to be gay because of the society he lived in. Joe lacks the support of his peers, parents, and others. He only receives support from one teacher, who is looked down upon because of his sexual orientation. Joe's dad had told him being gay was a sickness and leads Joe to believe being gay is bad. This story shows how teens struggle and handle being gay and how they react to their openly gay peer.
I will speak daggers to her, but use none. My tongue and soul in this be hypocrites.”(page 180 lines 375-379) In this quote he is praying that god doesn't let him hurt his mother. It makes it seem as though he doesn't even know if he's faking it anymore. He had actual fear that he was going to hurt his mother, which is something he didn't want to do. He says in the quote to “Let me be cruel, not unnatural” which means he doesn't want to kill her.
Then, Logic provides the effect of these horrible actions; these effects mainly include the victim realizing there is no hope or one to provide moral support. When Logic describes the feelings of the gays, he says, “Momma don’t love me/ Daddy don’t love me/ Wonder why I drown in the bubbly” (Logic). In addition, Logic shows the perspective of an individual who is not happy with his skin color dictating his life when he says, “I don’t want to be black, I don’t
Huxley convinces readers that Helmholtz may be the hero because he has written poetry about the forbidden, however, Huxley later reveals Helmholtz’ conditioning to fail him as a hero. One key example of Helmholtz’s conditioning getting in his way is when he says, “You can’t expect me to keep a straight face about fathers and mothers. And who’s going to get excited about a boy having a girl or not having her.”(185.) His statement presents that though he thinks uniquely, he is still unable to understand viviparous birth and family from his conditioning. Helmholtz cannot even be serious about the topic because he lives in a society where babies are artificially born so live birth seems ridiculous and humorous to him.
Honestly, the message still applies, but with the recent legalization of gay marriage, I doubt that we have nowhere else to go but by moving forward and accepting that the gay community is for the most part accepted. We may get people who still dislike the community, but with the recent generations being brought up to understand what being gay means, there shouldn’t be any serious issues in the future. But take my opinion with a grain of salt, there will always be people who dislike gay people no matter how much you educate them. And that is because through ignorance and influences from either old generations or religion. I also with that people who are uneducated about what the gay community is remain similar to one of the characters being interviewed.
“He’s trying to change his views, I think. Your dad doesn’t want anyone to think of him as ignorant so he’s trying to adjust his thoughts on LGBT rights and transgender rights.” “So I can tell him?” I asked excitedly. “It’s safe to come out?” Mom sighs and smiles sadly, like she knew I would ask that. “No, sweetie. Not yet anyway.” She goes on to tell me about how just a few years before I was born, my father viewed homosexuality as disgusting and unnatural.
For instance, non-religious people wanted the prayer because to them it symbolizes unity not so much religion. For instance, the senior boy and his mother are atheists and they think that it would be absolutely ridiculous if they halt the prayer. To sum it all up, kennedy is just wanting to use his constitutional right to have the freedom of
He was afraid of being thought of weak”(61). This action that the narrator reveals to us, shows us that Okonkwo feels that he needs to kill Ikemefuna to prove his manliness. This is one example of a bad decision/action Okonkwo made because he was afraid of being thought of as weak. This action caused his son, Nwoye to