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Fighting for Women rights and LGBT rights may not be a brand new topic but it is important for you to Know because these social justice issues have not been resolved yet The movement for women and LGBT rights began in 1960s but the most appealing fact about it is that so many decades have passed But the progress we have made so far is very low Analysis so far about different text done in class such As the Borski beat small town boy song the yellow wallpaper etc show one trend which is sexual Discrimination LGBT and women rights movement should not be given a separate term but should be Be combined with the term human rights The reason we go under go this movement is because The world is insecure and this insecurity leads to hatred hatred leads to discrimination and when the World represents discrimination the effect is over whelming do not let that that happen you are Perfect the way god intended you to beMy chosen text have studied in class is song Small town boy-Bronski beat Even though I have already Done my analysis but if I look at the song with just a bit more depth I find new meanings in this Song The song was released in 1984 and with that said obviously it addresses LGBT issues in 1980s However they are some key issues that still remain in this world till now and that song just brings Emotions which makes me wonder that is there something more out there related to this topic Issues That is speak of is rejection bullying and mass murder Pushed around and kicked around is a lyric in Song which addresses bullying In addition some lyrics address the issue of rejection from family and in This case the mother is supportive and the father is not I would like to relate this issue to one of the Words in my theme
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