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An Argument against Stanlet Hauerwas's View on on Homosexuality
Journal Entry Stanley Hauerwas has a new and different view on homosexuality, one
that questions pretty much all the arguments currently going on. The fact
he has his own viewpoint and is not tainted by what others say is
impressive to say the least. However, he over emphasizes some things that
range from completely i...
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The History and Overview of the Queer Theory
QUEER THEORY Queer theory was derived from deconstruction and post structuralist
theory. A range of authors from the 1970s came up with the
deconstructionist approaches on sexual identity issues especially in
normative construction straight ideology. Queer theorists challenged
con...
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An Argument in Legalizing Same Sex Marriage as a Recognized Human Right of All People in Taking a Step Closer to a Nation Free from Prejudice
Same Sex Marriage Homosexual couples should be allowed the right to marry because they are people too and deserve the same rights as heterosexual couples. Same sex marriage is seen absurd to others but perfectly normal to many. Many Christians believe that they should not be allowed because it is going against god bu...
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The Opinion of the Christians on the Controversial Cultural Issues of Gay Marriage and Sex Culture in the Book Good Faith by David Kinnaman and Gabe Lyons
The book Good Faith, written by David Kinnaman and Gabe Lyons, has proved to be popular with many believers. The issues discussed range from the gay debate to the future of Christianity. Throughout the book, the authors are obviously building upon the age old concept that Christians are in the world, but not part of it. Thi...
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An Analysis of the Arguments in Favor and Against the Portrayal of LGBT Characters in Children's Television Networking Programs
The LGBT community is one that has been viewed as the spotlight of today’s culture. Over the years this community has increased and expanded widely, not only across our country, but as well as our nation. The importance of understanding the aspects of the LGBT community is greatly needed. Understanding their rights as human...
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A Discussion on the LGBT Social Movement
Rise for the one who just like you The LGBT, lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender, community is just like you and me. This social movement helps people of those sexualities helps them with depression, homelessness, and anything else that person needs. People think we are much different from them, but we are not. We live...
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The Positive Benefits of Same-Sex Marriage
Same-Sex Marriage is Positively Beneficial Same-sex couples have been fighting for equal rights for several years, such as the right to marry who they want without having to re-locate or having a ceremony wedding that is not legally binding. People use the Bible against same-sex couples, the bible condemns homosexuali...
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The Effects of Homosexual Couples on Family Structure and Family Life
For years now, homosexual activity and couples are coming out to their friends, their family, and to the world. The world is reacting in all different ways. There are those who support homosexuals, and there are those who do not. It is a matter of religion, the government, and what people are taught from early years that af...
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An Analysis of an Article on the Statistical Trends in the Participation and Perception of Same-Sex Relationships
The article is basically stating that people who have had same-sex
relationships have increased by 4 percent for gay men and 5 percent for
lesbian women. Bisexual behavior has increased about 4 percent for both
genders, but the percentage is unusually higher for Millennial women to
have a lesbian sexual experience, which is...
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Quality Healthcare for Transgender People
Universal healthcare is a vital factor that is present in many countries globally. Unlike the United States of America, these countries offer full healthcare to all citizens, no matter the condition. In the United States, the healthcare system is corrupt to the point where certain individuals cannot receive healthcare due...
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