Gay Rights vs Morality, Ethics and Law

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DOCTOR’S PRESCRIPTION
By Santos T. Araña, Ph.D.

GAY RIGHT vs MORALITY, ETHICS AND LAW

Is it proper for gays to use the female CR and lesbians to use the male CR? Would it be proper to allow them living together with same sexes? Most of the time I heared or even personaly observed the third sex seeking for recognition and respect. Though, respect is not asked it is voluntary given; all we need to do is to prove that we deserve to be respected. To gain respect, gays and lesbians must observe ethical standards as well as conform to accepted social behavior and right conduct. It’s an accepted fact that most gays are talented and creative that is why in many occasions there is always the involvement of gays, be it in fasion, modeling, showbiz and in other professional fields and most often than not they excell in their choosen fields. With this achievement and contribution, gays seek to be recognized as the third sex and ask that they must not be discriminated and given their rights and be recognize as an equal with the men and women. To be honest, nobody is discriminating them but they themselves. Disallowing gays to use the female CR or the lesbians to use the male CR is not discrimination; this is just putting things in the right order. It cannot be invoked as their right and expect that they be treated the same with real women. Consider this scenario, in a private higher educational institution in Daraga, Albay a gay student regularly enters the female CR and another incident during the talent show of the candidates for Mr. and Miss Intramurals. The gay talent scouts used the female CR, upon seeing that this cannot be so, I called their attention, telling them that it is not the right CR for them. In one University in Albay, the gay student requested the professor to address him as a she inside the classroom and permit him to wear the female uniform; this was the subject of the faculty meeting on question of discrimination. A Psychology professor...
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