Though Money argues that intersexual individuals face contradictions between their feminine and masculine identities that should be dangerous to their mental health (333), he provides no evidence for a valid argument. In reaction to Money’s statement, Anne Fausto-Sterling in her book, Sexing the Body, redefines infant genital surgery as “cosmetic surgery performed to achieve a social result—reshaping a sexually ambiguous body so that it conforms to our two-sex system” (80). With special emphasis on the cosmetic, not medical, pressure for the surgery, Fausto-Sterling builds confidence in her argument by analyzing multiple studies on both sides of the debate. Surgeries for clitoroplasty or vaginoplasty that reinforced an alignment between gender and sexes were considered successful only if the criteria were based on cosmetic results rather than mental health or wellbeing (82-83, 88-91). In contrast, individuals who were raised as either female or male with unusual genitalia demonstrated a healthy psychological profile, even those whose sex of rearing differed from their sex of choice (96-100, 102-106).
People might not like the idea of having 3 bathrooms and might be uncomfortable going to a bathroom that was made just for them. But, having a bathroom that everyone can go to depending on their gender is an ideal idea for many people and it can contribute for more private and safety matters. For example, a security guard was charged with assault for confronting a transgender women using the women 's bathroom. The security guard forced her out of the bathroom . By the time the police officers got there the security guard was arrested.
I’m not promoting the verbal, mental, and physical abuse of women by any means, but it’s tough to beat up on Proctor because everyone was treating their wives poorly at this point in time. Now, not everyone was having affairs with eighteen year olds then and he needs to be held accountable for that, but John Proctor definitely has a minor understanding of moral values. Nevertheless, Proctor did fall under the charm of Abigail Williams, which makes him lose the moral high ground he once held, thus taking away his status of the perfect
They intentionally discriminated against a group of people; they had no regards to other’s statuses as human beings which in our honest opinion is extremely unethical. Every human being should be treated with respect regardless of their culture, ethnicity, race, gender, etc. Johnny's leadership roles within his school simply doesn’t convince us that he was bullied into discriminating others, so we feel that he too should face the consequences. As a leader he should have known better. Johnny complained of being bullied into participating, however, his participation in the discriminatory acts is considered
Possibly their biggest distinction is in their ideals. While discussing the issue of Polyneices and Eteocles deaths, Antigone and Creon take a very different stance. For Creon, he believes that Eteocles was the better man, so he deserves a proper burial, whereas he believes Polyneices is traitor, so he deserves no burial rights. On the other hand, Antigone firmly believes that not granting a dead man a burial is immoral and that no matter the person, everyone deserves a proper burial. After Antigone is confronted by the guard and brought to Creon she explains to him what she knows is morally right, “I did not think anything which you proclaimed strong enough to let a mortal override the gods and their unwritten and unchanging laws” (338).
When Kayla saw this on tv she was very confused. She knew that was not her because she did not have the bar code tattoo and she knew she never said that to a camera. Kayla should be given freedom because the bar ode resistance shouldn 't be taking her identity and make “her” say what she said on tv. Another reason why Kayla should deserve the abstract gift of freedom is because in the book it sates “Kayla was on the screen -
Last year, it said it would cease using sex-based signs for toys. Similar changes were to be made in Home and Entertainment, where they said, "suggesting products by gender" was unnecessary. " But we never want guests or their families to feel frustrated or
“Periods are not a joke” Weiss-Wolf says, and they are truly not. The fact that all women in the country have to pay for a necessity like tampons and menstrual pads, is crazy; and this is an issue that is clearly overlooked. I am glad I came across this article. Weiss-Wolf a New York Times Journalist writes how paying for feminine hygiene products is ridiculous, that this is a real issue that needs to be addressed. she not only talks about America, but about the worldwide problem of not having access to feminine hygiene products.
It’s just that he kept a giant secret from her that challenged moral integrities; and Jane is a very morally conscious person. Mr. Rochester had to know if he mentioned it earlier Jane would’ve run away and thought him a bad person, which she ended up doing after the wedding. You could argue that he wasn’t technically lying about Bertha, he just didn’t tell her. On the contrary to that, Jane does see Bertha, and thinks it’s Grace Poole, multiple time even. Mr. Rochester does nothing to correct her he even encourages her thoughts on the matter.
Some of these could include a woman being judged or shamed for using the bathroom in an exclusivley ladies restroom without having or having been born with female anatomy. Consequently, leading to a point of disagreement among Sociologists this can be found in the basic definition of gender that is provided in mainstream society. Gender is said to be the physical, behavioral, and personality traits that a group considers “normal” for its male and female members. Allowing for this very dichotomous view Stein and Plummer state that “the lesbian continuum was highly influential in reexamining the relationship between gender and sexuality’(pg.180) going further they are able to correlate the sex roles of lesbians to the medicalization of gender. In saying this Sociology and society have assigned the roles of gender to fit the two socially constructed and distinct binary categories; Highlighting the need for for gender to be redefined in the educational and social worlds.
A great example of those who were not in favor were, ”Advocates for voluntary motherhood disapproved of contraception, arguing that women should only engage in sex for the purpose of procreation and advocated for periodic or permanent abstinence” (Blundell 3). The pill is so controversial because it prevents a life from being created and allows people to have sex without thought or remorse. Women that are on birth control may also be more prone to cheating on their partners because there will be no physical evidence that they committed adultery. However, it can very useful to those who are committed to one another, but aren’t ready to have a child yet. Women have been involved in, “The movement that articulates the rationale for reproductive freedom in positive moral and political terms, as a requirement for social justice, human rights, and women’s well-being” (Roberts 1).
A person appearance do not describe what they feel and really are in the inside letting transgender use the gender restroom they were born to use make them no less than a man or a woman because that is who they were born to be. A man can be dress as a woman but inside he is still a man so he should be able to use the restroom to what he is. Appearance is a big role in society today but everyone is different so the difference in people has to be seen so that there is no discrimination. Everyone have their own flaws and no flaw is greater than the other one so accepting people
And why shouldn’t we encourage and celebrate kids coming out as LGBTQ? It’s bad enough that kids (and adults) have to stay in the closet out of fear getting beat up. The only thing people within the LGBTQ community want is to not to be fired from their jobs, not get attacked just for expressing who they are. People within the LGBTQ community also want to have the same rights as everybody else.
Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar Share Five Tips for a Strong Marriage: ‘We Are More in Love Today ': Jim Bob and Mi... https://t.co/pSUqONX2ae — Edward George (@georgeedward_) March 29, 2016 Now the Duggars are on social networks defending their marriage, but avoiding the rumors at the same time. Here is what Michelle and Jim Bob Duggar shared about their marriage.
Transgender people dont want to cause trouble in the bathroom , they just want to pee. Millions of trans people are deeply affected and are publicly speaking out about it and that infact its every ones right to be protected no matter there gender , sexuality , race or age , but trans people dont have this protection because some states are treating them as second class citerzans , as many people have publicly spoken out about . As most people know its 2016 unlike some states in america seem to think its 1970’s .