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Media Portrayal of Transgender Characters - The depiction of transgender women characters in mainstream television has been offensive, insulting and derogatory. An article from GLADD called “Victims or Villains: Examining Ten Years of Transgender Images on Television”, examines 102 episodes and storylines on mainstream television that contained transgender characters since 2002. Of these, more than half were characterized as containing negative representations of transgender. In 2007 only 1% of television series had a recurring transgender character, which has slowly increased to 4% in 2013....   [tags: Transgender TV Characters]
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Treatment of Transgender Prisoners - Transgender people in today’s society have it hard enough; going to prison is even harder due to the risks associated to someone who is transgendered. People who are transgendered risk their health and well-being while being locked up in prison. They face a variety of issues while they are incarcerated such as housing, physical, emotional abuse and most of all denial to their basic medical needs that helps express who they are through their gender. Transgender people are discriminated against due to a variety of reasons....   [tags: Rights of Transgender Prisoners]
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Transgender Rights - ... These actions are considered discriminatory and are illegal. Coy’s Victory Coy Mathis is a six year old child who was born as a male but has presented herself as female since the age of four after being diagnosed with gender dsyphoria (Erdely, 2013). Coy was allowed to use the girls’ bathroom for almost a year before school administrators contacted her parents and informed them Coy would have to use the nurse/staff bathroom instead. According to Erdely (2013), school officials argued since Coy retained male genitalia, other girls might have an issue with Coy in the girls’ bathroom....   [tags: Discrimination, Federal Court, Transgender]
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Injust and Inhumane Transgender Discrimination - ... Transgender people are just more likely to be diagnosed as someone with a mental disorder because its helpful to see that those who have been diagnosed are “hurting and something needs to be done to help (Kreitler 1).” In the Equalities Review study, it was found that when starting to cross-dress, transition into their more comfortable gender or start puberty, they began to receive “discrimination and harassment in (spheres of life that are) as young as adults at school, as young adults in their own accomodation, as adults in public settings while undergoing transition, (or as trans adults who are in a marriage or partnership, after undergoing transition in social settings (Grant 53).” P...   [tags: transexuals, transgenders, lgbt community]
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Transgender in America - I would like to start my research paper on Transgender by informing the reader on what the definition and the terms for Transgender are. According to an online journal found on the American Psychological Association on Psychotherapy, it is explained that transgender identity is usually known as incompatible between a person’s sex assigned at birth such as male or female and their internal sense of their gender identity (Budge, 2013). Many individual transgender identify themselves as male or female, where others will identify themselves as transgender....   [tags: transsexualism, LGBT community]
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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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“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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Canadian Efforts for Transgender Equality - Bill C-279 is an act to amend the Canadian Human Rights Act and Criminal Code. It is sponsored by Randell Garrison from the NDP. This bill is introduced as a private members bill. This is an interesting fact because when a bill is introduced as a private members bill it is likely that they do not become legislation. Surprisingly this bill is in its second reading in Senate as of February 4th 2014. What this bill focuses on is to include gender identity as a prohibited ground of discrimination. Currently this bill has passed with 150 voters in favour of the bill and 132 against it....   [tags: canadian human rights, bill c-279]
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Transgender Laws in America - ... A testimony from a 16 year old transgender boy from Manteca, California shows that all he wants is to not be deterred from the same options that normal high school boys at his school get, “I just want to be treated the same as all the other boys… my school forces me to take a gym class with all girls… leaves me feeling isolated and alone… (Yan).” Although there are worries of allowing transgenders to pick their bathrooms; transgender are citizens of America and deserve the same opportunities, such as choosing which sport team to participate in or which bathroom and locker room to use, as other citizens....   [tags: discrimination, harrassment, gender ]
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Transgender Rights in America - ... The simple, daily task of using the bathroom is a breeze for any typical person. Unfortunately, this task comes across as a intimidating adversary to a trans person simply because one can be conflicted with which restroom to use. For many trans people, entering a gender-specific bathroom can be a source of stress and anxiety, because using the restroom can mean very real health and safety concerns. Harassment of trans people in and around gender-specific bathrooms can range from denial of use to police intervention to verbal threats and physical assault....   [tags: society's norms, discrimination, civil rights]
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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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Providing Support to Transgender Students On Campus - ... First, students felt faculty and staff are not educated about issues facing transgender students (McKinney, 2005). The second theme presented from the undergraduate students was a lack of programming on campus on transgender issues (McKinney, 2005). The third theme was a lack of resources for to address transgender issues and few students reported an effort by their institutions to provide resources (McKinney, 2005). Finally, students wrote their campuses were not providing adequate counseling (McKinney, 2005)....   [tags: LGBT Students, Inclusivity]
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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 Surgery and the Separation Between Mind and Body - Is there a distinction between the mind and the body. And if so, where does a person’s sense of self and consciousness lay. If consciousness lies within the mind, how should humans’ treat the body, as valuable or invaluable. According to dualist views there is a separation between the mind and the body that transgender patients feel every day. Imagine the pain and frustration one might feel when the people around look at you and think you should act and dress one way but you feel differently. That is the frustration transgendered people feel daily....   [tags: gender, LGBTQ, Bruce Jenner]
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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 recogni...   [tags: Essays Papers] 3963 words
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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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Domestic Violence and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Relationships - Homophobia has marginalized a significant portion of the population. Although strides towards equality for homosexuals have gained momentum, progress needs to continue. Members of our society are being oppressed by the ignorant simply because of their sexual orientation. When analyzing how to address the discrimination of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community, it was apparent equal rights was a complex issue requiring a multifactorial response. It is crucial to identify the groups/individuals contributing to the turmoil, such as religious leaders, politicians, bullies, and even social media....   [tags: Social Work, Mental Harrassment]
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Employment Discrimination on the Basis of Gender Identity in the Public Sector - Transgender individuals are disproportionately affected by discrimination in the workplace. In 2011, the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force and the National Center for Transgender Equality released the report “Injustice at Every Turn,” which details the discrimination faced by transgender and gender non-conforming individuals. The report revealed that across all employment sectors 90% of respondents reported experiencing harassment or mistreatment on the job or took actions to avoid it, and 47% experienced some sort of adverse job outcome (did not get a job, were denied a promotion, or were fired), 26% of which lost a job due to being transgender (Grant et al....   [tags: Discrimination, Work, Transgender]
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The Socialization and Medicalization of Gender: A Biocultural View - Gender is one of the most socially ingrained social constructs. The rigid enforcement of gender is harshly controlled by the medicalization and what I will refer to as the construction of the illness of gender transgression. I postulate that there are two forms of gender transgression: a general rejection of gender norms and a rejection of these boundaries in manners that do not fit into the dominant script of gender (i.e. deciding to transition). When someone “transgresses” the boundaries of gender in this latter way, I postulate, they are inculcated both by society and by the medical community to conform to a normative trajectory of transition....   [tags: Transgender, Gendered Subjectivity]
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She's Not There: A Life in Two Genders by Jennifer Finney Boylan - ... The second stage as we mentioned earlier deals with the early childhood years approximately 4-5 years of age. Here Kohlberg states that most children understand gender stability, i.e. the idea that whatever gender they are now they will remain in that gender for the rest of their life. However, there are a small percentage of children that fail to develop an identity, and continue to struggle with what their true gender identity is through the rest of their childhood and through adulthood. Piaget's theory can also be used as a reference to this stage of the development of gender identity....   [tags: gender identity, transgender, sex]
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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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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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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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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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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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Story of A Transgender Woman: Nong Toom - Make(ing) Up Gender The lights flashed on and off twice indicating that the show was about to begin. The excited audience crowded together into compact rows of folding seats. The bar, located in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, stank of stale Pabst Blue Ribbon beer and cheap whiskey. The walls were covered with decapitated and mutilated mannequins with messages like “Fuck Gender. Just Fuck PEOPLE!” written in permanent marker. As an alluring song began to play the performer took the stage; his dark green army uniform was perfectly contoured around his muscular form, a large bulge in his pants was plainly visible, and his mustache was thick and black....   [tags: Gender Roles, Women, Men]
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Improving Justice for Transgendered People - ... Person B has the opinion that people should continue under the gender that they were born under as well – she was born as a female, and shall continue as such. Person A’s opinion is now changed.) Unlike an opinion, a belief is a conviction based on personal or cultural faith, morality, or values. Beliefs are inarguable, and can therefore not be used as a thesis in a formal argument. (Ex.: Person A has the belief that all transgender people are sinful, and will go to Hell when they die. Even meeting a pleasant female-to-male transgender Person B will not change their belief, because their belief is not based on fact.) Lastly, a prejudice is a half-baked opinion based on little evidence or...   [tags: Murder Rate, Legal Protection]
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Hijras and AIDS - What are Hijras. Are they male or female. Hijras believe that they are neither male nor female (Patel, 2010). Hijras struggle with their social status, some are accepted and some are excluded, it depends on the location (Patel, 2010). Because of the struggle with social status, some Hijras go into sex work, which brings into play HIV and Sexually Transmitted Infection’s. According to Abdullah, Hijras are a major source of spreading various STIs (Abdullah, et al., 2012). In 1999, there were somewhere between 2.5 and three million people with HIV or AIDS in India (Patel, 2010)....   [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 - A livable world is defined from the society you participate in everyday life. We as people make laws and regulations for situations that may or may not happen. This is because humans are imperfect and full of flaws. Laws and regulations are the guidelines for properly living in a society that dictates to the mass instead of hearing individual concern. Then again what is it meant to be “imperfect”. Who designates the description behind being perfect. This is what I believe is “the norm” or normal way of life of a society....   [tags: sexual orientation, social norms, Judith Butler]
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Femisim, Sexual and Gender Equality - ... Alongside this, Feminism is not about women who can’t ‘get any’, or that are ‘whining’ because they’re unsatisfied with where they are in a job. While some Feminists may do this, this is not what Feminism is and represents. A subject commonly associated with Feminism is Rape/Rape Culture. Rape culture does not explicitly mean rape itself, and instead is focused on the dehumanization or degradation of Women. A popular example of what is and isn’t argued to represent Rape culture - depending on the beliefs of the viewer- is that popular song performed by Robin Thicke, ‘Blurred Lines’....   [tags: LGBTA, CEDAW]
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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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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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Language and Relating to the Reader - In reading “Christine Jorgensen: A Personal Autobiography” I got a broader prospective on the extremely difficult and emotionally complicated life of a transgender person. Jorgensen’s writing style and perspective give transgender people a gritty, no holds barred voice that garners sympathy and compassion from the reader. In using these tools of the written language Jorgensen is able to relate to the reader on a personal level. Chapter two of Jorgensen’s memoir starts off with a peculiarly all American apple pie feel, which is in stark contrast to what comes to mind when the uneducated, biased reader thinks of the early life of a transgender individual....   [tags: Christine Jorgensen, Autobiography]
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Government Indifference In Honduras - Government Indifference In Honduras In Honduras, the murder capital of the world, many human rights are violated. According to the article "After the Coup,” by Human Rights Watch, Honduras is under the rule of President Purifio Lobo, who took office in 2010. In Honduras there is a high rate of crime but a low justice rate as well due to the government silencing the writers and reporters who oppose the government’s views and policies. In the Article The Eye of the Storm; “Violence in Honduras” by Human Rights Watch, it was said that last year Honduran Citizens are 80 times more likely than Western Europeans to be murdered, making Honduras the most violent country in the world....   [tags: human rights, justice, crime, violation, murder]
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Gay Rights Movement - Gay Rights Movement Have you ever thought how much progress the LGBT community has made and how it affects other people. The gay rights movement was and is currently a movement that “strives to end all discrimination towards the LGBT community” (Redlingshafer). As early as 1924, the Society for Human Rights in Chicago becomes United States’ earliest known gay rights organization (“Milestones in the American Gay Rights Movement”). However, most people recognize the Stonewall riot in 1969 as being the beginning of the gay rights movement....   [tags: LGBT, discrimination, Hope Speech, Harvey Milk]
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The Queer Prison Abolitionist Movement - ... . Without the sexual tension being brought down, the prisoners would probably overturn that place. Because there’s more prisoners than there is COs. Kim’s experiences represent the ways that transgender and transsexual women’s bodies are used against their will in prison in order to keep prisoners subjugated. Her poignant observation is that the prison system has a unique need for transgender/transsexual women: without the sexual release that is provided to cisgender male prisoners via the bodies of transgender/transsexual women, the prisoners could likely overpower the correctional officers....   [tags: Prison Abolitionist, Inhumane Treatment]
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Perception of the Employed Sexual Minorities on Their Inclusion in Workplace - ... Literature A study by Badgett, Durso, Kastanis, & Mallory (2013) found that there are no studies which says that there is a positive relationship with policies and outcomes. Having policies reduced discrimination and less discrimination leads to better psycological health and higher job satisfaction. Also, companies which have policies are profitable and get more customers in market. In the quantitative study by Barrett, Lewis, & Dwyer (2011) on effects of disclosure of sexual orientation at work for 152 LGBT employees in Queensland, found 36% of their respondents had experienced sexual orientation discrimination at one workplace and 34% at two workplaces based on their sexual identity....   [tags: lgbt, banglore, employee resource, inclusion]
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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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Gender Identity Disorder and the Family - ... When the individual completing the transformation has reached puberty, or has already passed it, they start going through hormone therapy, which includes oral estrogen or testosterone injections. Lastly, the individual goes through one or more transformation surgeries, giving them the desired characteristics of the opposite sex. Though most transsexuals go through many physical changes, a big part of transitioning is emotional. Before major transitions, most doctors require that the individual must go to therapy and be tested for any mental illnesses....   [tags: Transsexualism]
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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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Declaration of Independence - Declaration of Independence was written, by Thomas Jefferson on July 4, 1776 when United States thirteen colonies claiming their separation from Great Britain. Today, there are still many issues people been debating on. I believe that immigrants and gay/lesbians should have equalities and independence of their own. Three articles I am going to talk about are “Queers”, published by the anonymously by Queers on June 1990, “An immigrant Manifesto” written by Jorge Ramos, and the last is “Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Address at Seneca Falls (1848) and Seneca Falls of Seneca Falls Declaration of Sentiments and Resolutions (1848).” Queer is another term for sexual minorities which consider gay, lesbian...   [tags: Queer, Immigrants, Homosexuals] 1327 words
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Discrimination in America - According to research that has been conducted by The Indiana Civil Right Commission (2012) between October 2010 and October 2011, 58% of participants experienced some sort of discrimination. Discrimination can be defined as treating people differently, negatively or adversely without having a good reason. It is an act making distinction in favor of or against a person based on their group, class or category. There are four major types of discrimination which are gender discrimination, racial and ethnic discrimination, age discrimination and disability discrimination....   [tags: Racial Discrimination]
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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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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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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...   [tags: Medical Science]
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Gender Dysphoria and Gender Reassignment: Analysis of a Policy Issue - 1. Introduction Sexuality and gender identity issues have had a long history in the fields of mental health and public policy. There has been much debate surrounding the inclusion of issues related to gender and sexual identity in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual since its initial stages of development (Drescher, 2010). Debates in this field of interest have been fragmented between several stakeholders (Ehrbar, 2010). This fragmentation has created complications in the process of developing United States policies that are inclusive of individuals with gender identities that do not match the gender to which they were assigned at birth....   [tags: gender identity, mental health, sexuality]
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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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The Spark That Lit the Gay Rights Movement - ... The word tradition often comes up in debates. Opponents believe same-sex marriage violates the traditional definition of marriage and harms traditional families, but the definition of marriage has often changed with the times. Women were once considered the property of their husbands, and interracial marriage was illegal in many states prior to the Civil Rights Movement. These ideas changed and so did marriage. Legalizing same-sex marriage would simply be another step toward the equality in marriage that our country has long pursued....   [tags: gay rights, stonewall riots, same sex couples]
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Equality in the Workplace: Whose Rights are Right? - ... (Glenn and Storey). The famous Roe v Wade case was a battle fought on religious freedoms and beliefs that was bent on blocking abortion. In 2006, over one-third of states in the U.S. “considered legislation that would protect health care workers who refuse to provide care that conflicts with their religious beliefs”(Glenn and Storey). In summary, the basis to these arguments is that anything that goes against religious freedoms and ideals from contraceptives to gay marriage is a violation of their rights....   [tags: LGBT community, discriminatory practices, bible]
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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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America the Free: A Battle for Equality - INTRODUCTION Is it religious reasoning or personal disgust. Whatever it is, the issue of gay rights seems to stir controversy no matter where the topic arises. As American people we are all taught, that each individual is granted a set of rights, in which no government can take away. Through the centuries many of our ancestors have fought and died for theses rights. From the Battle of Lexington to the desert mountain ranges of Iraq, our country men and women spilt blood for this interpretation of what we call American Freedom....   [tags: Gay Marriage, Political Policy]
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The Discussion of Homosexuality in Comic Books - ... These homosexual portrayals appear through the next decade and even became so obvious that other comic book characters in other comic book series separate from Batman talked about it. In spite of all this, the Joker never becomes a true gay character, his feminine characteristics, his innuendo and hints are used to make him seem more sinister, disturbing and creepy (ibid). Comics with gay characters, though they were few in numbers, continued to appear and generate controversy. A 2005 Marvel series focusing on teenage superheroes, the Young Avengers, showed a conversation in the first issue between two male characters Billy (codename Asgardian, later changed to Wiccan) and Teddy (codenam...   [tags: homosexuality, comic books]
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Discrimination Against the LGBT Community in Malaysia - ... For these twelve recorded cases, only four police officers were known to have been officiallycharged and all related to a single case . The Enforcement Agencies Integrity Commission (EAIC), established in 2009 to handle public complaints against government bodies, including the police,failed to investigate any past cases of custodial death. In fact, the Commission has no prosecution powers, can only initiate an investigation after a complaint has been lodged by the victim and is limited to making recommendations against the questioned police officers to their respective disciplinary boards.In June 2013, President NajibRazak announced a new task force to establish measures to prevent furt...   [tags: rights, civil liberties, violation, discrimination]
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The Right to Love in Modern Society - ... One person should not have the say if a homosexual man or woman gets married to each other because it doesn’t affect one’s life and homosexuals should have just as much rights as heterosexuals do, because we are all humans and we all deserve to have that same rights. These rights are taken away from some homosexuals because of many reasons, one of those reasons being because of the religions of people, and what one may belief in. The reasons why so many religious people are against same-sex is because Leviticus 20:13 states, “If a man lies with a male as with a woman, both of them have committed an abomination; they shall surely be put to death; their blood is upon them.” Which makes...   [tags: same-sex marriage, equality, LGBT]
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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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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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Homosexuality: Equal Rights For All - INTRODUCTION Human beings are born with a nature to judge the things around them in one way or another. We complain, murmur and gossip about what is not normal or even normal in our sight. Yet, we struggle to see how others think about us and always fail look at ourselves first before judging and criticizing others. The measures of normality, intelligence, beauty and peculiarity are very subjective and we as humans are the inventors of these yardsticks. Yet, repeatedly we think that the principles of our measurement are perfect but we as mortal beings are not anywhere near perfect....   [tags: Sexual Issues]
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Case Study of Chase Corrolin - Agency Context and Background The Agency The LGBTQ & Diversity Resource Center exists on the Newark campus of Rutgers University. The acronym LGBTQ stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer or questioning. The mission of this agency is to provide support for all lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning students on campus, as well as allies of the community. Currently the Resource Center is operating out of renovated closet space in Conklin Hall. It is a very recent addition to Rutgers Newark....   [tags: Diversity Resource Center, LGBTQ]
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Historical Development of Professional Associations - There are several professional spectrums that can be categorized under the human services career field. For example, legal professionals can be very vital to the human services profession whether it is for inter-professional collaborations or for professional legal counseling. This can be found true, when taking a look at an organizational chart for any state agency’s Department of Human Resources (DHR) and/or Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) organization chart. The ultimate goal of these professions is to serve their clients while promoting and enhancing diversity within our communities as well as eliminating all forms of discriminations....   [tags: LGBT Bar Association, bullying]
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LGBTQI in New York - ... In 1980 New York became one of the first states to legalize same-sex sexual relationships. Since the Stonewall riots and the legalization of same-sex relationships gay culture has developed greatly in NYC. However NYC gay history predates the riots at Stonewall. NYC has always had neighborhoods considered traditionally gay since the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Theses neighborhood include New York’s Bowery, Greenwich Village and Times Square. There were also areas that were considered Lesbian as well however they were much less prominent....   [tags: Homosexual Culture, Legalization Gay Marriage]
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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: LGBT Essays]
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LGBT Social Movements - ... Such programs as the Media Field Program, which “serves local communities and organizations in places where LGBT rights are not secure by training people to speak at community meetings, in local media and online via blogs and social media, (“About GLAAD”, 2013)” the Announcing Equality Project, which has resulted in more than 1,000 newspapers allowing the posting of lesbian and gay announcements and wedding listings, and the Network Responsibility Index, which indexes an "evaluation of the quantity and quality of images of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in major television outlets on an annual basis (“About GLAAD”, 2013)” have led to the promotion of a positive image towar...   [tags: Homosexual Activity, GLAAD, RFSL]
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Hate Crimes: A Trend That Never Goes Out of Style - Hate crimes usually occur when a person is targeted because of their skin, religion, sexual orientation, disability, ethnicity, nationality, age, gender, or gender identity. “Hate crimes” generally refers to a criminal act that is motivated by hate by one or more conditions involving physical assault, damage to property, bullying, harassment, verbal abuse or insults, and offensive graffiti or letters. Concern about hate crimes has increased among policymakers in the recent years, but this type of crime is not new it has happened in the past multiple times....   [tags: racism, prejudice, racial profiling] 555 words
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Interest Group Politics and Collective Action - Interest Group Politics and Collective Action The Human Rights Campaign is the largest gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender advocacy group in the nation. With over 400,000 members, the group is able to lobby very effectively in Washington and has an impressive legislative record. The HRC began in 1980 as a fund to raise money for gay-supportive congressional candidates. It was meant to be a response to the successful right-wing groups at the time, including the National Conservative Political Action Committee and Moral Majority....   [tags: Homosexuality Human Rights Campaign Essays]
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