Every person who is financially suitable, mentally and physically healthy can adopt a child and save a child’s life. There is no point in ignoring gay people about child adoption because the way they are gay do not have any harm on children. Everyone must have equal rights, gay marriage and child adoption should be accepted juristically. Gay marriage and child adoption is a subject that many countries prefer to ignore than to bring it to an equal end. There are many reasons why governments do not accept gay marriage.
Abstract Gay marriage is a frequent debate in our current society. A lot of people state that marriage is a sacred intuition that should not be harmed starting with the religious communities and also a part of the population. But the rise of many associations and movements that state clearly that homosexual couples should benefit from the same rights and same privileges as the heterosexual couple. In fact their union will not harm the institution of marriage because it is based on love and it is the only reason that should allow two human begins to commit to each other. The Right to Marry: Throughout history homosexuality has been treated differently depending on culture religion and historical context.
Ever since Biblical times, there has been discrimination towards, prejudice against and hate for people who do not classify their sexuality as the ‘norm’ – heterosexual or only being attracted to those of the opposite gender. And though the human species has evolved greatly since the days BC, this discrimination can still be found all across the world today. Seeing as those who classify themselves as homosexual, bisexual or asexual are people and human rights are essentially rights entitled to any child at birth to ensure that all persons are treated humanely, justly and fairly, then – by definition – discrimination or hate crimes against these people are violations of our basic human rights which we are all entitled to. Homophobia is not
The issue of "homosexuality" seems to have divided the nation. While the matter is still under sub-judice, the debate over the draconian Section 377 continues in the public sphere. It is now no longer is a legal battle as the debate almost settled legally, but the moral argument continues. Ofcourse it is a vague topic as many advocate for it and a lot of people oppose. The fundamental question is whether anyone cares about the moral argument?
The word has also been used to describe weird things, mostly seen in literature. Years ago, the word was used to insult the LGBT community to call them weird and odd. Besides, words like gay and lesbian were used to insult the LGBT: there were many other synonyms changing from country to country in the past and nowadays as well. The LGBT community has retracted the word and made it theirs, as a way to remove the negative connotation
(Tulchin, 2007) It is nothing new with people, sometimes a marriage was not always the connection between a man and a woman. In many countries, a gay marriage has not been allowed but heterosexual love and homosexual love still coexist. Until 2000, The Netherlands is the first country recognized same-sex marriage in the world.
This national incident has once again proved that discrimination does not bring any benefit to a country, only more problems. However, one can say that LGBT discrimination is not actually a “thing” in the country since the Philippines is ranked as one of the most gay-friendly countries in the world. In fact, the 2013 survey by the US-based Pew Research Center stated that 73 percent of adult Filipinos agreed with the statement that “homosexuality should be accepted by society” and out of the 17 countries with the same majorities, the Philippines was ranked 10th. While it is true that Filipinos have grown to accept gay people, this does not mean they do not tolerate the discrimination and criminal abuse of these individuals. A person can very much accept the
4 in 5 LGBT people have experiences hate crime, and more than a quarter have experienced some violent form for hate. For some it’s harder to come out than others. We have a society very much influenced by the medias. Young ordinary gay people reflects themselves in the famous gay people, even though the circumstances are more than different. Barbara Ellen from The Guardian discusses topics such as “homophobia” and “coming out – issue” in our modern society.
Gay marriage is one of the most controversial and sensitive issues in the modern world. In most cultures across the globe, homosexuality was viewed with disdain, and marriages between same-sex couples were prohibited. However, homosexual relationships are slowly gaining acceptance. With an increase in tolerance for homosexuality in the society, the controversy over the legalization of gay marriage has been disputed among people in many nations. While the majority of the population believes that the legalization of gay marriage will have negative impact on the society, gay activists claim that it is against basic civil rights to prohibit them from marrying.
The main purpose of the speech is to “give hope” to the gay community, and Mr. Milk does this by explaining how the “right movement” is not really happening as so many think. Instead this is the day and age where more dialouge then ever is cerculationg the homosxual lifestle then ever before, and it is up to those who make up the community to set the example in politics, and show the world where they stand. In the letter, Dr. King’s purpose is to expose the