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  • Homosexuality In The Military
    1,350 words
    Mayday: Against Gays In The Military Ever since President-elect Bill Clinton promised to end the military's ban of admitting gays and lesbians into the armed services the question whether or not it should be banned became a very hot and controversial issue. Despite the conclusion by the Pentagon that homosexuality is incompatible with military service, the famous don t ask, don t tell policy was put into action to allow homosexuals to serve if they keep their lifestyles private. Since then, ther...
  • Homosexuals In Many Cases
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    Homosexuality in America Despite the United States progress toward homosexual liberation in the past few years, anti-gay and lesbian attitudes are still showing their ugly faces. Violence towards homosexuals is on the rise, conversion groups are popping up everywhere, conflict over homosexuality innateness is high, religious and personal discrimination is rampant: all this in a time when more and more gays and lesbians are coming out and their coming out at younger ages. It is a time in America ...
  • Homosexual Relationships
    1,407 words
    Homosexuality is most simply defined as the tendency to be sexually attracted to members of ones own sex. On a more personal level it is a feeling and a state of mind- its where most of your emotional, social and physical needs are met, (Gwinn, 3). Homosexuality is innate, it is perfectly natural, and it is okay. Homosexuality has been present in some form in nearly every culture presently known. In some societies, it was practiced only in secret, in others it was condoned or even encouraged. An...
  • Lesbian And Gay Relationships And Families
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    The past two decades have seen fierce battles, still continuing over such issues as gender equality in the workplace; family policy; the crisis of marriage; divorce; abortion; contraceptive and reproductive rights; gay and lesbian sexuality; rape and sexual abuse; sex education, AIDS and issues of sexual health. Through it all, the state and its institutions, police, judiciary, education system, legislature, have all intervened actively seeking to define the limits of what David Evans (1993) cal...
  • Care Of Their Hiv Positive Heterosexual Parents
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    Homosexuality in our society today has become more openly widespread than ever, yet many still view it as something new and strange. Shakespeare wrote of cross-dressing in the Twelfth Night and the famous poet Walt Whitman was a homosexual. So, why does society put an emphasis on homosexuality as being "dirty" or "evil"? Two men or two women should be allowed to join in matrimony and adopt children in more than two states. Racism and prejudice are synonymous words yet, one would think that to be...
  • Homosexuality To Incest And Molestation And Rape
    421 words
    Homosexuality Since the 1800's, psychiatrists and psychologists have concluded that homosexuality is a mental disorder. They have believed it is brought about by misguided upbringing and their social environments. For instance, it was believed that if the child was lacking a male – figure in the home, he would most likely be gay. Or that child abuse can lead to lesbianism when the special needs of a little girl are denied, ignored, or exploited and the future womanhood of the child is in r...

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