The Role Of Bullying In The LGBTQ Community

709 Words3 Pages
Have you ever thought of how others feel? Gay rights are refused by many states. Everyone deserves equality and to be heard. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. The LGBTQ community is often the victim of bullying. They need love, acceptance, and legal rights. To begin, bullying has been a concern of the LGBTQ community. Bullying is not something that should happen. Kids and teens will feel lost and wanting to commit suicide to themselves. They will feel like they don’t belong anymore. They get treated differently from the straight people. Many but not a lot hides their sexuality from being bullied like others. Young teens tend to get abused because of their sexuality( "ahrc.admin") Not many students feel safe at school because the…show more content…
People who change their sexuality are not getting equality. People is lives were jeopardized because they would get abused, their safety wasn’t good for them, adults having trouble at work, they don’t get health care, kids don’t their education that they need, adults can 't start a family of their own, and pursue their goals (“Gender, Sexuality, & Identity"). LGBT people are harassed and discriminated against, an attacked because of their sexuality. Adults gets fired from their jobs and kids were at risk because who they are. People get judged and rejected everywhere they go. The way that they act gets them kicked out of places. For instance, getting kicked out of a taxi and no access to the bathroom. Kids have gotten judged because of who they love, their look, or who they are. Sexual orientation and gender identity leads to discrimination, abuse or suicide/killing. The most painful of all being rejected from your own family and religious communities. Everyone feels as if they can 't express who they are. Their afraid of people judging them or harassing…show more content…
Teens need help the most with bullying because they will be judged, and suicide will enter their minds. Everyone needs to be treated equally, no matter the sexuality. As was stated everyone deserves equal rights and needs to be heard. How would you feel if you wore their
Open Document