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America the land of equal opportunity freedom to vote to speak and worship This idea is rather appealing to most very ideal and extremely attractive Is it reality or is it simply an idea or a myth In todays America an equal opportunity is something we can all strive for but will it ever be reached In Florida laws have been put in place prohibiting gay and lesbian couples from adopting children The ACLU has been fighting a never ending battle for gay rights starting in the 1960s In 1986 the lesbian and gay rights project was put in place and began working with several other affiliates across the United States These projects developed a legal program aiming at making a difference starting with five key areas discrimination families and relationships lesbian and gay teens laws criminalizing sexual intimacy and expression Lesbian 1 The right to be a family and adopt a child has been revoked from these people in Florida and in other states in America Is this really a land of equal opportunity There have been several lawsuits against this ban in some of the States In Florida one case consisted of 2 men adopting children who are now between the ages of five and 14 These children and adopted children from other families of gay and lesbian parents are being found new adoptive families after being raised and loved in the only family that they have ever known Does a persons sexuality make them an unfit parent Lesbian 2 Todays society is riddled with inequalities Women and minorities continuously struggle to obtain their shot at these great promises of the United States Constitution Laws and bills can be passed but how an individual feels views and acts towards another person is something that cannot be changed Laws can protect but the hostile feelings within are something that a law is not capable of ever
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