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    The LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) community has been disapproved by many since it first came about in the 1950s. Since then, the societal attitude towards homosexuality and LGBT culture has changed greatly, as much of the world has become more accepting of same-sex sexuality as it has become more common. Studies have also shown that the younger generation are more tolerant towards LGBT views. The LGBT community consists of many beliefs and values that make the community different and

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    Work Culture and LGBT

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    member of the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) culture is wrong. A member of this culture is considered less of a human just by being a member of this group. It is absurd to think that people in the microculture are stereotyped just for liking or being in a relationship with someone of the same gender. The American public has never accepted new cultural things like air conditioning, electronic banking, electricity or polyester and now there is a shift to accept gay culture. It is also

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    Essay On The Stonewall Uprising

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    Factors Contributing to Success To equate the success of the Stonewall uprising with one person or one specific event would be an untenable claim. It was the interworking of various factors that turned the one night of impromptu violence, into the beginning of a historical movement for gay liberation. The previously instilled sense of community, working in tandem with perseverance in movement momentum, was joined harmoniously by a group of people that shared a common sense of oppression and injustice

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    learn to become more accepting of each other and support people regardless of how they present themselves. Stereotypes are just an attitude towards a group of individuals and does not need to lead to prejudice, a behavior against groups. So far, the LGBT community has come a long way from stereotypes, but there is more to do in order to fit them into social norms.

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    The Latino and Hispanic culture has many differences that truly make it unique. This culture is compiled of people living in the United States but have lineage from Cuba, Brazil, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Mexico, and El Salvador, and other Latin American countries (Sue & Sue, 2007). The terms Hispanic and Latino tend to be used interchangeably in the United States for people with origins in Spanish-speaking or Portuguese-speaking countries, like Mexico, Costa Rica, and Brazil. Contrary to

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    LGBT Group Case Study

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    (Scutti, 2014). People only can be either female or male that we can confirm by checking the sexual organ or hormone. What triggers my interest in this topic is LGBT people have suffered and struggled a lot in society duo to their sexual orientation. Many people having prejudice and stereotypes on them and finally cause discrimination on LGBT person. Society will put more attention to one’s sexual orientation instead of personality. It is easy to see that sometimes society is judging a person by looking

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    Particularly now, when most sentences are prefaced with “In this economy,” I believe that museums and galleries risk obsolescence without fundamental change and a renaissance of innovation. Growing up gay in rural Western Maryland, I learned about LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender) history from Wikipedia. Exhibitions or educational curricula on gay civil rights struggles seemed nonexistent. Today, my experiences and education will contribute to a more complete understanding and affirming

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    Brittney Delcore

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    number of highly diverse subcultures are emerging. Culture itself is defined as, “a society’s shared and socially transmitted ideas, values, emotions and perceptions, which are used to make sense of experience and generate behavior and are reflected in that behavior.” (Haviland, 28). (1) A group of people who live together tend to adopt similar types of norms and what they find acceptable in their society. Being more specific an ethno-culture refers to a specific group of individuals. The ethno-cultural

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    A monster is a group that doesn’t obey common societal rules or regulations and is often viewed as an oddity of our society, according to Jeffrey Cohen’s Monster Culture. When the dominant part of our society trusts in an idea or holds something to be legitimate, the monsters dependably trust the inverse. Monster’s have the aspects to think outside the common societal norm. Monsters represent the ideas of our society that we are fearful to contemplate further into that it is something outside of

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    common in almost every culture and every society. In India the number of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) are approximately 42-84 million. An understanding of the issues faced by LGBT to the workplace starts with the recognition that a diverse and inclusive business environment is directly linked to enhanced business performance. Peoples' Union for Civil Liberties, Karnataka (PUCL-K) reports that discrimination against sexuality minorities is embedded at workplaces. LGBT people have experienced

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