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Media Portrayal of Transgender Characters - ... CSI featured a transgender serial killer in one episode. Stryker calls these “psycho-killer-in-a-dress stereotypes”. To make matters worse there were scenes in which transgender murder victims were ridiculed by the show’s main characters while investigating the crime scene and examining their bodies. The victim’s gender identity became the butt of a joke. But while the trans community is being represented as killers, they are also the ones who are being murdered. Media has a habit of “telling the world a story that transgender people are always victims or villains, instead of true depictions that show the transgender community as citizens worthy of equality and respect” (Kane, 2013)....   [tags: Transgender TV Characters]
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Transgender Conformity - In the words of Ellen Wittlinger regarding transgender “...you can only lie about who you are for so long without going crazy” (“GoodReads”). It is a shame that society would force a person to hide their identity but many have concealed themselves in order to conform into social norms. One group that has been socially marginalized and forced to hide their true selves are the transgender community. The definition of transgender is “Appearing as, wishing to be considered as, or having undergone surgery to become a member of the opposite sex.” (“Free Dictionary”) People have many prejudices and ideas of what transgender is but many times these are erroneous....   [tags: Gender Studies]
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Transgender Today - ... Hermaphrodite is an old, out-of-favor term for some intersex patterns); and 7. Just about anyone else who doesn’t fit the social rules about what men and women are supposed to look like, identify as, or do (Lev, 2004). The problem is that although there is a wide and more complex gender diversity, the world we live in keeps reinforcing the belief that gender is binary and immutable. That is the main reason why in order for us to cope with the idea of a transgender, it is necessary that we change a very strongly and reinforced belief set that we have been hearing our whole lives....   [tags: transsexualism, gender, identity, LGBT, sex]
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Transgender in Sports - Transgendered people in America have made many great strides since the 1990s. They have encountered violence, lack of health care, and the loss of homes, jobs, family and friends. There have been many phases of the struggle of being transgendered in America over the years. The current phase we must be in now is equal rights. There are many variations of discrimination against the transgendered community. In our society we simply do not like what we do not understand. It is easier to discriminate than to try and understand....   [tags: Gender Studies]
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Canadian Efforts for Transgender Equality - ... Individuals and B.C are hoping to spread the equality for transgenders throughout all of Canada. This is the reason Bill C-279 is such an important bill for trangenders and its advocates. Urias 04 Parliamentary Success: How and why has it made it this far. One thing that Canada prides itself in is the equality we have throughout our country. Yet this issue of transgender has citizens angered by the amount of inequality there is against transgenders. Bill C-279 has made it farther in parliament than anyone has thought it would....   [tags: canadian human rights, bill c-279]
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Transgender Care in Prisons - ... “Like all DOC inmates, Davison, Fields, and Moaton were disallowed access to medical assistance outside prison walls even if they could afford it, resulting in withdrawal complications, which typically include “dysphoria and associated psychological symptoms” as well as “muscle wasting, high blood pressure, and neurological complications.” (Fields v. Smith, 2011) Medical experts had agreed that blocking such treatments would be harmful to the inmates after they had been on treatment. “A key factor in these transgender prison health care cases is the presentation of expert medical testimony regarding the harmful effects of withholding hormone therapy and other medically necessary treatment for persons who suffer from profound Gender Identity Disorder (GID).” (Moulding, 2013) “Notably, in April, 2010, Wisconsin struck down a state law that prevented transgender prisoners from receiving transgender-related medical care while incarcerated; finding that GID or transsexualism was a “serious medical need” for purposes of the Eighth Amendment and the Equal Protection Clause.” (Fields v....   [tags: GID, discrimination, health care, treatment]
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“Transsexual and Transgender Policies in Sport”, - According to Heather Skyes in her article “Transsexual and Transgender Policies in Sport”, the vast variety of genders that make up our society today including transsexuals and transgender are still not accepted into the world of sports due to anxieties from large sporting organizations. In our culture, there is a ‘binary structure’ which separates male from female. When a person is transsexual or transgender, the binary structure becomes challenged. There are so many exceptions to the binary structure, that it becomes nearly impossible to universalize “gender inclusive policies”....   [tags: Article Analysis, argumentative, persuasive] 938 words
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Transgender Voice Therapy - Male to female (MtF) transgender people often feel as though they can be perceived as a woman until they begin to speak (Hancock, Krissinger, & Owen, 2011). As a result, this population is becoming more represented on speech-language pathologists’ (SLPs) caseloads in an effort to feminize their voice and communication styles. There are several aspects of voice that can impact the perceived gender, including pitch, vocal quality, resonance, and prosody. Typically a higher fundamental frequency (F0), breathiness, more forward-focused resonance, a slower rate, and a smaller pitch range help the speaker to be perceived as a female (Owen & Hancock, 2010)....   [tags: Language]
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The World of Transgender, Homosexual, and Intersex Individuals - Sex and gender make up one of the most basic functions in our society. Gender helps delineate tasks and how we refer to people, and is reinforced for us throughout our lives (Lorber 2006). Gender interacts with sex in varying ways (Disch 2006). Those who are not strictly heterosexual male or female are not readily accepted and face adversity as they bend gender and defy sex. It has long been debated whether there is a difference between sex and gender, and if so, what that difference is. In recent years it has been suggested that sex is a purely biological term, and gender is socially constructed, or defined and enforced by society....   [tags: Gender Studies, argumentative, persuasive]
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Transgender Students and the Learning Process - Transgender Students and the Learning Process Introduction Identity is a key factor of an individual in the society. Identity often is skewed despite the rhetorical statement: “You are who you are.” However, many times a society unconsciously attempts to mold the identities of individuals into homogenous products. The important thing is not to let yourself prejudge individuals or acts of people because this creates an assumption that brings a stigma against the individual. Transgender people face the difficult challenge of being accepted into society because they either do not fit a traditional gender assignment to their sex, or they are not willing to specify a particular gender recognized by society....   [tags: Essays Papers] 3963 words
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Transgender Surgery and the Separation Between Mind and Body - ... Transsexualism is in fact a condition that is listed in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. Proponents of this argument, which dates back to the early twentieth century, believe that it is wrong to treat a psychiatric patient by surgical means and believe that patients should be treated with psychotherapy or psychopharmacology. They have trouble seeing that genital reconstruction could constitute the usual social and psychological development as a man or woman. According to some people, there are major psychological adjustments that are necessary in changing a person’s sex and the hormone treatments along with the surgery are simply a “superficial substitute” for these adjustments....   [tags: gender, LGBTQ, Bruce Jenner]
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Oppression and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Persons - Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Oppression Generations ago, the United States was a country of the male wardrobe. Today's movements for the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community are leveraging the existence of more globalized and open systems. Besides, the promotion of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender population have been acknowledged through smart partnerships within conventional, political and economic scene, while the males and heterosexuals are still pervasive....   [tags: Sexual Issues]
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The Socialization and Medicalization of Gender: A Biocultural View - ... Butler wants to understand gendered subjectivity “[A]s a history of identifications, parts of which can be brought into play in given contexts and which, precisely because they encode the contingencies of personal history, do not always point back to an internal coherence of any kind” (Butler 331). A key facet of Butler’s argument is the role that sex plays in the formation of natural or coherent gender and sexual identities. Butler explicitly challenges biological accounts of binary sex, and in doing so re-imagines the body as culturally constructed by regulative discourse....   [tags: Transgender, Gendered Subjectivity]
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Trans* Representation in Media - ... One show that used a majority of these tropes against trans women is the popular FX show Nip/Tuck. In fact, there was a whole season where a character shown repeatedly was a trans woman who was seen as a mentally unstable criminal who repeatedly molested her child and kidnapped other people’s children. Other shows that GLAAD noticed a trend of transphobic content, particularly towards trans women, and use of the previously mentioned tropes found in shows such as CSI, Ray Donovan, House of Cards, Mike & Molly, Two and a Half Men, and many other popular shows....   [tags: LGBTQ, GLAAD, transgender]
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Translating Transgender: A layman's guide to the least-known minority - Translating Transgender: A layman's guide to the least-known minority Who hasn't been told to "just be yourself and people will like you?" It seems like such a simple notion. But what if being yourself could lead to harassment, rejection, isolation, unemployment, homelessness, physical violence, or even death. Not so simple anymore, is it. Sadly, this situation is one that confronts transgendered people worldwide on a daily basis. Laurie Johnson*, a tall, robust Fall River resident who underwent male-to-female sex reassignment surgery in 1998, says that she can hardly leave her house without being hassled....   [tags: Journalism Journalistic Gender Papers] 2893 words
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The LGBT Community and the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) - As of 2015, the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community continues to struggle for equal rights held by their straight counterparts. Socially, LGBT persons are subject to discrimination, hate crimes, and stigma, while legally, LGBT persons encounter obstacles that preclude them from basic rights afforded to every other subculture in America. One of the most divisive issues related to LGBT rights has been same-sex marriage, which has been creating conflict both politically and socially dating back to the 1970’s (Finnis, 1997)....   [tags: lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender]
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Repression and Fear of Gay, Lesbian, Bi-sexual, and Transgender Americans - Repression and Fear of Gay, Lesbian, Bi-sexual, and Transgender Americans Every June thousands of gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, and transgender people gather in different locations around the world to celebrate Gay Pride Month with dances, festivals, and marches. The categories of gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, and transgender are fairly recent; the term "homosexual" used to refer to all individuals of a sexual orientation other than heterosexual. The tradition reached its thirty-fifth anniversary this year, and while the number of participants has skyrocketed since the first march, the rights for gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, and transgender people have not altered significantly since 1970....   [tags: Sex Gender Homosexual Essays]
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Transgender Issues in Patriarchy, a Look at "Boys Don't Cry" - The film, Boys Don't Cry, Kimberly Pierce's brilliant work of 1999, is the true story of, Brandon Teena, born Teena Brandon, played by Hillary Swank, who created a male identity for herself. Brandon was born in 1972 and died at the hopelessly young age of 21. The actual story takes place within the last two weeks of Brandon's life, in 1993. The movie, a dramatized documentary, was released in 1999. Brandon is a transgendered individual; he was born a female, but feels that he would be happier living as a man....   [tags: Gender Studies] 1543 words
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Hate Crimes Against Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, And Transgender Individuals - Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) individuals people make up more than ten percent of the population; that means if you are sitting in a classroom of thirty, then more than three of those people are LGBT individuals. However, this overwhelmingly large minority group continues to be one of the least protected by the government as well as most heavily targeted by discrimination and hate crimes. Regardless of the powerful shift in public opinion concerning LGBT individuals during the last twenty years, the laws concerning hate crimes have remained invariable....   [tags: LGBT Hate Crimes] 1191 words
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The Employment Non-Discrimination Act of 2009—Ensuring Equality in the Workplace for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Workers - For 29 States in the US, it is legal to fire an employee for being gay, lesbian or bisexual. 38 States in the Union have no laws on record preventing discrimination against gender identity or expression—commonly known as transgender. While these statistics may be disheartening for many gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender (GLBT) individuals, it is not all doom and gloom. Employment protections and rights for GLBTs have grown exponentially in the past two decades. Fortune 500 companies have helped lead the charge for securing equality for gays and lesbians in the workplace....   [tags: Discrimination, argumentative, persuasive]
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Hijras and AIDS - ... Many Hijras live in organized, all Hijra communities led by a Guru (Altaf, Zahidie, & Agha, 2012). These communities are called Gharana. The Guru is the head of household, the decision maker. Then there are five to ten Chelas who are the subordinates of the Guru who all live in one house (Abdullah, et al., 2012). Also there are Jamat’s who Hijras pay a fee to (Abdullah, et al., 2012). The Hijras live amongst themselves in somewhat secluded communities (Abdullah, et al., 2012). They sustain themselves over generations by adopting young boys who are rejected by or run away from their family (Altaf, Zahidie, & Agha, 2012)....   [tags: Transgenders, Social Status]
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The Mercury Symbol - The Mercury Symbol My mom’s former boyfriend Rick, now known as Andrea, became a woman over a decade ago. Andrea is a transgender person whom the Mercury symbol represents. For transgender people, the Mercury symbol stands for their personal inner striving to become the gender they feel they were meant to be, equality, and pride. Happily, Andrea and my mom have remained friends since she became a woman. For many people who cross the gender line, acceptance does not always come so easily....   [tags: Sex Gender Crossdresser Transsexual Essays] 925 words
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Besides Oneself: On the Limits of Sexual Autonomy - ... They understand trends and want to emulate or incorporate a trend into their lifestyle to feel accepted by a society that is created by people who believe they know and understand “the norm”. Therefore judgments are formed. Influences are formed. Butler says “We have an interesting political predicament, since most of the time when we hear about “rights,” we understand them as pertaining to individuals, or when we argue for protection against discrimination, we argue as a group or a class.” (Page 241)....   [tags: sexual orientation, social norms, Judith Butler]
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Making the Cut - Making the Cut In response to the failure of the International Bill of Gender Rights to pass congress in the fall of 2010, I propose a film that challenges society to examine the controversies surrounding gender identity construction and transgender people (Phyllis Randolph Frye, Esq., 1.) My film, "Making the Cut," is based loosely on the true story of Johns Hopkins Hospital case study "Joan/John," and chronicles the life of athlete Carla/Carlos Garcia (Diamond, 1). The film uses the example of sport as an indication that society is not yet ready to fully accept transgender individuals into its community....   [tags: Women Gender Issues Essays] 1007 words
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Male and female gender constructs - Our cultural beliefs dictate that there are only two biological sexes corresponding to two genders (Newman, 2001). The male and female constructs often carry with them misconceptions and stereotypes, such as the belief that gender and sex are synonymous or that gender assigned at birth indicates a specific preference for toys, interest, clothes, and eventual erotic attraction (Newman, 2001). Males are expected to exhibit masculine personality traits and be attracted to women while females are expected to exhibit feminine personality traits and be attracted to men....   [tags: Egalitarianism, Gender Differences]
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Language and Relating to the Reader - ... Jorgensen uses a device that is relatable to the reader and mentions how “Most youngsters are acquisitive and prone to annoy adults with the oddities they collect and hoard. To a child mind, anything from tattered comic books to a chipped marble are considered rare and voluble treasures to be admired, cherished and sometimes even traded. In that respect, at least, I wasn’t any different from other children.” (Jorgensen, 14) This mechanism I think helps Jorgensen to get the readers on her side rather than think there was something wrong with what Jorgensen was doing....   [tags: Christine Jorgensen, Autobiography]
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Government Indifference In Honduras - ... Citizens of Honduras not only live in fear of their own police officials but also of other citizens and crime organizations. San Pedro is the murder capital of the world, with cases such as normal aggravated homicides, gang killings and police brutality. Human Rights Watch in 2009 published a report discussing the cruel acts of hatred that transgender people face because of their sexual preference and sexual identity. Since this documented report there have been numerous murders of members of the LGBT community....   [tags: human rights, justice, crime, violation, murder]
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Gay Rights Movement - ... Wrong. There are work places all over America that still have not given rights that everyone deserves, to these citizens. Milk wrote the Hope Speech for all that wanted to change the ways of the issues expressed in the gay community and outside of it as well. The intended audience was both gay and straight civilians. Moreover, Milk stated in this speech, “Unless you have dialogue, unless you open the walls of dialogue, you can never reach to change people’s opinion” (Milk). This is a very optimistic and realistic statement....   [tags: LGBT, discrimination, Hope Speech, Harvey Milk]
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California Needs Prison Health Care Reform - California, the Golden State, a place where people from around the world come to for the consistent sunshine, and fun-filled atmosphere. California is home to the largest prison population in the United States. There are now thirty-three institutions, which house approximately 170,000 inmates. According to the Legislative Analyst's Office (LAO), it costs taxpayers about $51,000 per a year to house, feed, clothe, and provide healthcare for each inmate. The health care costs about $16,000, which includes, dental, medical, speciality care, mental health, and medication for each inmate (LAO, 18 Mar 2010)....   [tags: prisons, healthcare]
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Causes of Depression - Depression is also known as sad mood or low mood. When people are depressed they lack motivation and feel of dejected. They may also have a severe increase or decrease in appetite, have trouble concentrating and feel of hopeless. In severe cases, individuals have suicidal ideation and may attempt suicide. Edward H. Hagen, a research scientist at the Institute of Theoretical Biology in Berlin, described it as “the psychic equivalent of physical pain.” In addition, there are other symptoms such as loss of interest in nearly all activities that propel and contribute to a person’s physical, emotional and spiritual well being....   [tags: Psychology]
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Sexual Identity - Introduction In late 1960s to 1970s, gay liberation made some fixity relationship and ideologies changed. The identity of human especially sexuality identity are different compare with the past. Foucault’s queer theory made a movement of identity and it started a new age of defining identity. The theory trying to make people approve their self-worth and pursuit those people to refuse the assimilating by mainstream society. The establishment of ‘Queer Nation’ made the queer theory has a greater influence; queer politics also become power which cannot be ignored....   [tags: Gay Homosexuality]
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Declaration of Independence - ... What is the big deal about same sex marriage or parents having the same sex gender. We are still human. Queers feel safe and more expressive with their same kind. For example, the Soho, Tribeca, and Chelsea Piers in Manhattan are known for Queers residential areas. I believe the government ideas deal with this situation because the government is always discussion about the people needs, but yet there never improve on gay marriages in some states. This is one major debate because the need to pass all gay marriages everywhere....   [tags: Queer, Immigrants, Homosexuals] 1327 words
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Discrimination - ... Unlike person with male and female sexuality, transgender person faces discrimination in meeting their basic needs. For instance, getting a job, housing, or health care or in having their gender identity respected such as in the simple act of going to a public restroom because of their confusing appearance. The second type of discrimination is racial and ethnic discrimination. Racial and ethnic discrimination defined as treating someone unfavourably since that person is from a certain race or due to personal characteristics associated with race such as, hair texture, skin colour, or certain facial features....   [tags: ]
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University Living as the Third Gender - University Living as the Third Gender In Thailand, they are called Kateoy or “Ladyboys.” In Burma, they are the Hijra and have the power to bless a child with fertility or curse it with impotence. In America, they are called transgendered, but the definition of the word is hard to pin down. “There are as many ways to be trans as there are trans people,” said Michael*, a 21-year-old Newton resident to Northeastern University’s bisexual, lesbian, gay, straight, transgendered, queer and questioning alliance (NuBiLAGA) meeting on Nov....   [tags: Journalism Journalistic Essays] 1773 words
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The Spark of the Stonewall Riot - For many generations, especially in North America, homosexuality was not accepted in any way, shape, or form. Many believed that it was a medical illness that was curable, when in reality, people were, and still are, ignorant and could not come to terms that everyone in this world is different from one another. For many instances of being treated unjust, many individuals in the gay community did not want to “expose” themselves and remained in the “closet”. As means to make gays and lesbians proud and take a stand for who they are, a movement spread across internationally....   [tags: Homosexuality ]
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The Social Construction of Gender - In the United States, our concept of gender, and the differences between men and women, have deep traditional roots. Men are supposed to be strong individuals, who support and defend their families. Women are seen as nurturing, and motherly, more gentle and tame. We believe so strongly that the two genders are entirely separate, with such completely different traits, that it almost seems that men and women are just born with different qualities. But is this really the case. Are girls really born with the genes to prefer pink and Barbie dolls, while boys are genetically predisposed to act like warriors and defend their families....   [tags: Gender Roles]
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Social Work Values, Principles and Ethics - Many Canadians remains largely divided in its views of the GLBT population. Some believes that the GLBT population should have equal opportunities as heterosexuals, and should have right to same-sex marriages, the right to adopt children, access to the same tax benefits and health care, while others believe otherwise. The GLBT refers collectively to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people and throughout this paper GLBT will be used. Gays and lesbian are people who are attracted and indulged in sexual relationship with people of the same sex, while bisexual are people who are attracted and indulged in sexual relationship with both male and female, and transgender are people who are born male or female but believes that they should be living their lives as the opposite gender to which they were born (Horejsi & Sheafor, 2008)....   [tags: Socia Work LGBT]
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Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Issues - Treatment of Homosexuals in Reality and Pop Culture - Treatment of Homosexuals in Reality and Pop Culture   The topic of homosexuality elicits many reactions. It is forever played upon in pop culture for it's shock value if nothing else. Some demonize it, holding things like religion as proving, "alternative lifestyles," to be wrong. Some have erotisied homosexuality as in many of Anne Rice's vampire novels. Some laugh at homosexuality or people who are homosexual, calling it, "weird". Some react violently, as in the case of Matthew Shepard. And yet others have gradually turned towards acceptance shown (debatably) in such movies as, " To Wong-Fu Love Julie Newmar" and " In and Out"....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Topics]
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Homophobia - Educating Against Heterosexism - Homophobia - Educating Against Heterosexism Homophobia. It is defined as an irrational fear of sexual minorities including gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and transexual individuals. It exists in our society, although at times it seems that our safe haven within the "university bubble" contains people that are both rational and educated preventing homophobia from becoming a reality. Denying that homophobia and discrimination based on sexual orientation are problems and identifying them as issues for "other" people can be extremely problematic....   [tags: Teaching Education Essays]
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Narrative as Determination of the Future Anterior - Narrative as Determination of the Future Anterior Narrative, it seems banal to observe, opens a space. This space is not so much a place of play for unlimited possibilities (although in the best of possible worlds it might yet be) as somewhere determined, always, in advance, by the future anterior: what will have happened and how it will already have taken place lure us through stories to their ends, become the end that shines through from the very start. Reading for the ending: in narrative, the end justifies the means; the end is the means....   [tags: Narratives Writing Transsexuals Gender Essays]
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Evolution of Aesthetic Medicine and its Implications on Modern Society - Throughout this century, the term natural beauty has taken a wide variety of definitions. Aesthetic treatments are rapidly becoming socially sought after in large urbanized communities, and this craze is rapidly progressing towards a flawless sales tactic for all cosmetic surgeons and media alike—proclaiming that one should invest in themselves. What was once seen as treatment for individuals in dire need is now evolving into a marketable service rendered to those with the means to obtain it. It is clear that demand for aesthetic surgery has skyrocketed in recent years, an increase caused by modern marketing tactics, technological development, as well as the modern idea of individualism and self-expression through artificial body modification....   [tags: Medical Science]
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Human Sexuality: God Created Woman for Man - Abstract In the beginning God created Adam and then Eve from Adam’s rib. According to God’s word and plan women were created for men. In Genesis 2:20-22 it states but for Adam no suitable helper was found. 21 So the Lord God caused the man to fall into a deep sleep; and while he was sleeping, he took one of the man's ribs and closed up the place with flesh. 22 Then the Lord God made a woman from the rib he had taken out of the man, and he brought her to the man. Marriage is designed to be sacred between men and women....   [tags: Sexuality, argumentative, persuasive]
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Federal Recognition of Same-Sex Marriages - The United States has always been a country that people from all over the world have flocked to, to avoid the hardships and the tyrannies of their native lands. We pride ourselves on being the “land of the free”, and yet we cannot seem to give the simple right of marriage to the members of our gay community. The very first lines of the document of which our country was founded upon states that: “All men are created equal, that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.” Is the right to marry whom you wish not a part of each of these rights listed....   [tags: Homosexuality, argumentative, persuasive]
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Don’t Be a Sissy: Achieving Equality in America’s Public Schooling System - The fight for full equality has gone on for hundreds, if not thousands, of years. People of color, the mentally and physically ill, and the disadvantaged have all struggled for equal rights in the face of discrimination, and for the most part, they have won. Very few people today will witness someone in a wheelchair and claim that he is less of a person than one who is able to stand. Yet, there are people all across the country, of any race, age, and manner of health, who still struggle to this day....   [tags: Discrimination ]
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Gay Marriage and Other Issues Surrounding the LGBT Community - When it comes to dealing with gay marriage and the issues surrounding gay rights, there is one question on everyone’s mind, “Can we outlaw hate?” Elton John once said, “There is nothing wrong with going to bed with someone of your own sex. People should be very free with sex, they should draw the line at goats.” This quote shows the minority opinion when dealing with homosexuality or homosexual marriage. To better understand the reason for such prejudice against the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) community, we must first explore the history that surrounds it....   [tags: Homosexuality, argumentative, persuasive ]
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How Bodies Relate to Sexuality - When thinking of sexuality, hetero- and homosexuality are the first concepts that come to mind. Rather than considering the number of emotional and physical attachments that are also involved, it is a common belief that one's sexuality consists only of their sexual desires. Because society has put the homosexual umbrella over any individual who does not claim to be heterosexual, many people are unaware of the diverse lifestyles that are a part of a melting pot culture. As a result, it is oftentimes a subconscious act to make assumptions about these sub-sexualities....   [tags: Sexuality ]
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We Are All Equal - We are all born the same way: as humans, and therefore deserve the same rights and acceptance as long as we all follow the laws and comply with the norms set to protect all individuals. But throughout history certain groups of people have faced discrimination, segregation, and injustice because they are of a specific race, skin color and/or culture that some of us consider to be part of a lower category of human beings, as well as the fact of holding different beliefs and ideals along with preferences when it comes to things such as gender and choice of lifestyle....   [tags: Homosexuality]
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