1. LGBT+ in United States this group they missing their simple right of living, most of the people undergoing the absent of their rights. They allowed defending the country and facing death overseas, but isn’t acceptable to pursue their way of life.
“Land of the Free and Home of the Brave.” That’s what Americans teach their children in schools each day, repeating the same words with pride and honor in every football and baseball stadium in the United States. The freedom and equality in the U.S. is not like the majority of people think; it’s different. I can explain this concept in one word: “daydream,” or like the definition in oxford dictionary explains, “a series of pleasant thoughts that distract one’s attention from the present” Many people still think they possess the right to speak and act freely and live with their own decisions; therefore, the government’s laws facilitate their lives. Unfortunately, that does not show through government acts around the United States. The hardest aspect of life for new LGBT+ couples in the United States is showing themselves in the community and trying to let other people accept their life choices. It’s not something easy that will happen in a day, or even for one year. It’s a long journey that new couples endure in general, much less LGBT+ couples. Facing people with superficial ideologies simply adds to the stresses of new couples and marriages. Furthermore; National Coming Out Day gives these couples the right to speak and openly express themselves without fear of discrimination. Coming out in public is a unique experience for an individual. The Coming Out Day helps LGBT+ individuals at work and in their communities each and every day. Starting a family and holding a career is not an easy job, especially on new LGBT+ individuals who are trying to start families and working in places such as neighborhoods, companies, or organization. Many times, society categorizes people by what they believe or how they live,...
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