Moment education On thing, I have to point out, however, is the book of matt also has a view on why this happened and while I think that the issue of tolerance and acceptance is a good subject.I think that the real problem is not Matthew Shepard it is the people themselves. They have this preordained idea that gays are bad and that because of this they have to fear them they can 't say why all they can say is that they don 't like it. It is kinda like the same reason that kids today have an immediate prejudice to germans because of what happened in the holocaust none of us have actually experienced it and very few of us have actually had anything to do with this event yet somehow we still have this connotation that Hitler is bad. This is because society has told us that Hitler is bad it doesn 't highlight the good he did or anything else other than Hitler bad man kills poor old jews.I find that this attitude while not entirely without reason exaggerates the qualities of both sides to the point. Kids today feel a hatred or sadness based on an event they might not know a dang thing about.
In the essay “What’s Wrong with Gay Marriage?” (2003), Katha Pollitt refutes all of the reasons why people think gay marriage is wrong. The author expounds on this argument by first showing that procreation is not a requirement for marriage because there are many straight married couples who don’t have children, the next argument that is refuted is that women domesticate men, but married men and un-married men still commit suicide and still do drugs so marriage won’t change that, and the final argument that was refuted was the argument made about historical marriages, but marriage has always been here and always will be and much of historical marriages polygyny was often as well as forced, arranged, and child marriage. By refuting
Christian religion is and has been a powerful shaper of sexual norms. Priests and monks are seen virtuous. Procreation beliefs is that sexuality tradition is heterosexual marriage with goals of having children, also called procreational ideology. Having sex before marriage, homosexual sex is very wrong in religion. Only man and women are to be together due to they are the only ones that can procreate.
“Gay marriage-it’s not about two people being gay: it’s about two people who love each other and who have decided to commit to each other for the exact same reasons any other couple would get married,” said Luke Macfarlane. Research states that in the Netherlands same-sex couples adopt more children than opposite married people do. The governor of New York said that more money came to the state after they allowed same-sex marriage. Although, allowing gay couples to wed could further weaken the institution of marriage, however; same-sex marriage should be allowed because history proves traditional marriage has changed, the U.S. Constitution protects our rights, and it would help boost the economy. Some will agree traditional marriage has always
These biologically unnatural pseudo-bonds undermine the strength of a society. A person's sexual inclination or attraction doesn't change the social necessity of using sex exclusively for its biological purpose: heterosexual pair bonding. Altering the definition of marriage does not change the biological need for healthy heterosexual pair bonds." "I look at it from a biological perspective—what is best for the human species. The fact is that the more promiscuous a society is, the more social and health problems we have (“promiscuous” meaning intimate sex outside of a heterosexual marriage).
Thus, Bree’s relationship with her son, Andrew, the gay couple moving in during the fourth season and two lesbian women will reinforce that homosexual people cannot be seen as one big minority because they are dissimilar. However, the stereotype for homosexual men is that they behave like heterosexual women, have good relationships only with women, as a couple they cannot
Homosexuality may be triggered by environmental factors during childhood after scientists found that genetic changes which happen after birth can determine whether a man is straight or gay. The finding is highly controversial because it suggests that some men are not born gay, but are turned homosexual by their surroundings. It also raises privacy concerns that medical records could reveal sexuality. The massive study also finds that the number of brothers and sisters increases the probability of marrying heterosexually. As being mentioned, geographic birthplace is one of the factor.
These parents have done nothing wrong and possess the same skills and resources as other potential parents, and yet they are not allowed to give a child everything he or she needs, love, protection, and security. So why are these potential parents banned from adopting? Discrimination and prejudices are the main cause of this unconstitutional act. Adoption to gay couples should be legalized everywhere because anyone who is able to meet the requirements of being a loving parent deserves to become a parent, despite their sexual preferences and
Gay couples have to find alternative methods of having children for obvious reasons. Adoption is one of the most popular ways gay couples chose to have children (Epstein). The 2000 census shows 34% of lesbian and 22% of gay male couples are living with a child. Comparatively only 46% of straight couples were raising children at the time (Epstein). A 2009 study into gay and lesbian adoption was done to fill the gap in understanding why there might be reason to ban gay adoption or not.
This can be reflected in the LGBT+Rights Movements, with activists wanting equality between straight cisgender people and LGBT+ people, and show how a person’s sexuality or gender identity does not reflect their personality. In a New York Times article on the 2015 Supreme Court decision granting marriage equality, Adam Liptak quoted Justice Kennedy, saying “without the recognition, stability and predictability marriage offers, their children suffer the stigma of knowing their families are somehow lesser. They also suffer the significant material costs of being raised by unmarried parents, relegated through no fault of their own to a more difficult and uncertain family life”. The marriage laws at issue here thus harm and humiliate the children of same-sex couples.” Although this quote is on the issue of marriage equality, it outlines the theme of the LGBT+ movements: they want equality, they want recognition, and they want safety. Like in the book, where Lee mostly uses the setting of a courtroom to make her point, one of the many LGBT+ Rights Movement’s tactics also uses the legal system to make their movement move forward, and uses its environment as a way to peacefully debate different discriminatory laws and policies.
David Von Drehle’s article about the recent controversy in an elected Kentucky Clerk 's office describes Kim Davis ' refusal to issue same sex marriage licenses and stresses that it is not her place to do so. In this article, David Von Drehle uses strong rhetoric to convince the reader that it is not Kim Davis’ place to refuse to issue marriage licenses. He starts out with the phrase “The heat around gay marriage is obscuring what a simple distinction this actually is. But suppose the Rowan County Clerk was a devout Hindu” (Von Drehle Time) Starting out with this phrase has a strong impact on the reader immediately. In our society, gay marriage opposers are notorious for citing “religious freedom” in order to not serve the LGBT community, and by and large we have accepted this.