September 5, 2013
Three ways the World needs to change
Society in these days has been suffering a lot of problems that affect everybody in the World. Some of these problems have to be changed in order to have a better life. The World needs to improve in three main issues. Firstly, discrimination is a major issue that society adopts and put borders between people. Secondly, religion the sacred issued that is parting the World by different gods. Finally, political systems are changing and killing the society by the many different ways of administrate the countries. Therefore, if the society improves in these three main issues the World will become a better place to live. Society tends to discriminate people, racial groups, genders, etc.; and it needs to change in order to have a better society. Firstly, the equality between genders will improve the way of living in society and it will help to create more opportunities of success in many different families. In the article “Empowering Women” the author says that when a woman can plan her family, she can plan the rest of her life. When she is healthy, she can be more productive. It means that when women take the same responsibilities as men it can help to plan a better way of life in the family. Secondly, the sexual orientation is producing a lot of trouble in society and if society can tolerate the different sexual orientations that exist in these days, the World will be better. In the article “Sexual Orientation Discrimination” the author says that “The extended protection developed in the Price-Waterhouse decision provides only a limited amount of protection to homosexuals, however, since many homosexuals may display societally imposed gender traits (appearing/acting "masculine" when male and "feminine" when female) but still be homosexual or bisexual” (Eisengmenger 1). The author states that the protection for homosexuals is extending and it will help to eliminate the...
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