Persuasive Essay On The LGBT Community

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As the saying goes, “Times have surely changed”. What was once labeled as sinful and unacceptable is now labeled as brave and expressive. Gender reassignment is a surgical procedure (or procedures) by which a transgender person's physical appearance and function of their existing sexual characteristics are altered to resemble that of their identified sex. What people fail to understand is that gender reassignment procedure has long been around. However, the recent gender reassignment for former athlete Bruce Jenner has caused an uproar among society. Bruce, now known as Caitlyn Jenner, came out as a transsexual woman months after divorcing Kris Kardashian.

Surprisingly, the American media is not only tolerating, but also celebrating this transformation.
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Society still sees this as a media and business propaganda. Netizens everywhere are insisting that though they are for the LGBT community, none of them are for portraying the LGBT community as heroic. In my opinion, the LGBT community should exist just as any other communities exist. I am for equal rights, but not for special treatment.

To further discuss, I do believe this change would affect conservative countries and even to a certain extent, religions. For example, Malaysia’s government would be against the LGBT community, the older generation probably would not accept this change. The affected individuals would be the younger generation. The ones who will eventually lead the country. They will be the ones to make the change, to fight for the LGBT community, all because they were once inspired as young children by Jenner’s story.

Mosques, churches, and temples will someday accept the LGBT community and stand with them. It is inevitable, almost a guaranteed outcome. Religions all have one thing in common, without followers, they have no power. This can be seen throughout the years. When churches was once for the white man only, now it’s multiracial. When mosques were once for men only, now a selected few allow women to enter and

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