The first reason why people will get in trouble for discrimination is they will get sued. People do not learn about things before they say them, but some people do not just learn about what the world is all about and how people are and act. Also its bad for the community because it can hurt people’s feelings and it can affect how they live in the community. Another thing is that people sometimes get shot discriminating a skin color or even an object of life. A lot of people don’t like that that’s why they shoot people.
Today, people still use offensive terms such as “f*ggot” in their everyday lives, but what exactly is wrong with being gay? Does it make you weak? Well, it, in fact, does not, but toxic masculinity makes it seem like it’s okay to say such words, when really it is negatively affecting other people. Similarly, “b*tch” is used when a woman might stand up for herself, which betrays the typical female gender role.
The topic of gender identity and sexuality has always been the center of intense debates and discussions but the common mistake most people delve into is that they are not aware of the wrong definition of the terms they are using. Their incorrect usage leads to the misconceptions and unfamiliarity of the people towards the terminologies. Human Resource Campagin (HRC) (n.d.), defined gender identity as the person’s psychological identification as to whether they are a male or a female while sexuality is as to who they are emotionally or physically attracted to. Now, transgender is basically when a person’s gender identity does not conform to the societal views for the physical sex they were born with. In the APA Council of Representatives (2011)
Hazing is the worst thing that can happen to a human and it can hurt a person long term, I believe people who enhances in that activity are asking for humiliation and pain. Hazing is often about power over another person, hazers do stuff just for the enjoyment some reasons, that hazing is not being reported because the victims of hazing see that it is a requirement that they have to go through. People who are hazing all have been hazed before, and the victims afraid that if they tell someone that the hazing gets worse. Hazing is getting worse everyday and people are not speaking up about it.
When that action takes place a lot loose respect for them because they are not respectful so why receive it. Some examples on a daily basis people loose respect are when they judge others and mess with the “Special ed”. The reason they lost respect is because they were messing with someone who can’t control their actions and have a disability. Another example on the daily would be when people steal.
A good spank will snap the child back into reality, the child will know why he/ she got spanked and will be too afraid to do it again; however spanking should be used as a last resort when all fails. Children are supposed to respect and obey their parents and it is the parents’ duty to take charge and make sure that their doing just that. However we all know that that isn’t always trust. Some time talking or taking away their cell phone might not always be that effective.
As a result of the society’s lack of understanding concerning mental illnesses many teenagers suffer from disorders, which causes them to commit suicide if not given the proper treatment. Mental illness is a complicated concept to understand however it affects millions of people every day. “The term mental illness represents a mental, behavioral, or emotional ailment that causes impairment in functioning an interpersonal relationships and is sufficient enough in duration”(Mullen Crowe 401). When an individual hears someone say the term mental illness they may equate it to someone in a mental institution or someone who is “crazy”. This is a completely stereotypical way to think because mental diseases are much more complicated than that.
Many people of the city chose to leave the city, because they didn't believe in the act of hurting that child. “The trouble is that we have a bad habit, encouraged by pedants and sophisticates, of considering happiness as something rather stupid. Only pain is intellectual, only evil interesting. This is the treason of the artist; a refusal to admit the banality of evil and the terrible boredom of pain.” (Guin pg 444)
Depression and Anxiety Depression and Anxiety, some people are experiencing inappropriate things cause by too much stress that can lead them to the point that they don’t know what to do with their lives anymore, they think that they’re worthless and thinking of ending their life because for them nobody cares like “Why would I continue living anyway, my life is a mess” right? so who among you people experienced things like this? Yes, I think 90% of the population in this room experienced depression and anxiety. Because everybody had their own ups and downs in their lives but there are some people who are easily giving up. Nearly everyone experiences nervousness, a sense of worry or sadness at times, but for some of us these feelings
People around the world seem to always talk and assume what other people are really like. Some are just afraid of different and others just have too much hatred in them. The reasons for these stereotypes against other people have been around for decades and might seem to never end. Although many people have suffered this situation, they have achieved their goals to become a better person and succeed. Stereotypes can make a person gain strength and courage to overcome these situations and make them see how wrong people can be assuming and stereotyping other people just because they are different.
People are More than a Color People in the world today are often found not to get along, because of different backgrounds of ethnicity. Many people will say they dislike someone because of their personality just to hide that on the inside they really disapprove of their color. Those who conform to such idiotic thoughts based on race are the people that prevent this country from progressing due to their unwillingness to critically think wholeheartedly about significant racial issues, but choose to rely on past false perceptions without understanding the complexities of racial issues.. The story To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee conveys how social inequality, good and evil, and moral education contribute to racial stereotypes.
What has distinguished Vietnam veterans from most of their predecessors is that the public 's detestation of the war seemed to be directed onto them, as if it was their fault. Thus they did not return as heroes, but as men suspected in participating in shocking cruelty and wickedness or feared to be drug addicts. The combination of society rejecting them, the government ignoring them, and their families not understanding to them, caused Vietnam veterans to self-destruct both mentally and sometimes physically.
Charlie first experiences people making fun of him, now that he has knowledge to understand that. This event must have hurt him deeply, because the very people he trusted and thought were his friends were actually mocking and making fun of him. He feels ashamed because people are using his name as an excuse for making mistakes, and he didn’t want to be known this way.
Even just logistically going about this situation would have been a better ulterior because they didn 't consider the fact that they 've known these people . All their lives of young girls say. Even today in less dramatic and drastic ways the LGBT community are facing treatment like this since people are scared because they think they 're going to be punished because other people around them have done something that is against the rules of what they believe in and what they don 't know. Looking at how rational fears are a cause of we can see that there is a develop pattern and primary cause of a hysteria because fear fed directing authority figures to misuse your power in fear of the unknown is exactly what comes from what builds irrational fears and we are able to see that we will believe anything when we are scared and we go for that
Because of their relative invisibility in public life, many people have a poor grasp on what being transgender really is. To be fair, this is a complicated issue, encompassing its own subsection of the LGBT+ community with its own unique groups. To put it simply, a transgender person is somebody who identifies as a gender other than the one written on their birth certificate. This often means identifying as the opposite sex, but some transgender people live in between the gender binary or outside it altogether. Typically, transgender people live express their identity in different ways: dressing as their preferred gender, going through hormone therapy to alter their bodies, undergoing sex reassignment surgery to change their genitals, or a