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    Catholics. These people believe that transgressing from the expected social norms dictated by an individual’s assigned sex at birth is a socially deviant act. Due to this thinking‚ a lot of young and adult LGBTs (lesbian‚ gay‚ bisexual‚ and transgender) have a burden of expressing their identities. LGBTs that usually come out of the closet experience prejudice‚ stigma and discrimination. This stigma is usually manifested through acts of bullying‚ teasing and harassment to these individuals (Philippine

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    Assignment 2 I believe the LGBT community as a whole has made the most significant gains in the last 20 years. This can be proven with such facts as that in 1993 the all famous “Don’t ask don’t tell” policy was enforced‚ this permitted gays to serve in the military but banning homosexual activity. From 2004-2006 Massachusetts‚ New Jersey‚ and Connecticut all legalized all civil-unions. More recently‚ in 2012‚ both Washington and Maryland approved same-sex marriages. All of these points are all

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    LGBT is collectively refers to the lesbian‚ gay‚ bisexual and transgender community. Lesbian‚ in the most simplified form‚ is the homosexuality of women. A female person is called a lesbian when she expresses her sexual and romantic desires toward another female. Gay is to describe the homosexuality of men. A gay man is one who is romantically‚ sexuality and or emotionally attracted to men. Bisexuality is the potential to be physically‚ emotionally and or sexually attracted to both men and woman

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    2014.05.12 Essay title: How attitudes towards LGBT community have changed in the UK over the past years? Introduction LGBT is an abbreviation term‚ which stands for lesbian‚ gay‚ bisexual and transgender. It is used in reference to the LGBT community since the late 1980s. According to Integrated Household Survey done by the Office for National Statistics‚ 1.5% of British are considered gay‚ lesbian or bisexual (Chalabi‚ 2013). Today‚ the LGBT community are accepted into British society and are

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    LGBT‚ which stands for Lesbian‚ Gay‚ Bisexual and Transgender‚ is a great – scale community which makes up 10% of the world population. Demographer Gary Gates‚ who works for the Williams Institute at UCLA’s School of Law‚ has compiled the results from nine surveys that attempt to measure sexual orientation — five of them from the U.S. He estimates that 3.5% of the U.S. population identify as lesbian‚ gay or bisexual‚ while 0.3% are transgender. … He also points out that bisexual identification

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    the practice. The fight to have LGBT civil rights has definitely gained some ground. Not only has the LGBT community had an impact on the world of politics‚ but the world of business as well. Over fifteen years ago began in the United States‚ but it is still a fairly new concept in Australia and Europe. The first immergence of the impact of the LGBT community in the business world was in 1973 when Coors Brewing Company was the subject of a boycott by the LGBT. The LGBT community joined to protest Coors

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  • LGBT LIFE

    LGBT Issues in the Workplace “We hold these truths to be self-evident‚ that all men are created equal‚ that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights‚ that among these are Life‚ Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness‚”(Declaration of Independence). This is one of the most well known phrases in our declaration of independence. Many would say that this mindset is what continues to make this nation and its citizens one of the greatest ones on earth but others would argue that

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    LGBT Supportive Organizations The first website I visited was called No Longer Silent: Clergy for Justice. Their main focus was on an alternative Christian perspective on the issue of homosexuality. They basically believed in advocating justice for all‚ especially Gays‚ Lesbians‚ Bisexuals‚ and Transgendered persons. The support that I see they give is a sense of belonging. They give the support that many seek with is religious acceptance. This organization is very unique because for many years

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    LGBT Issues LGBT issues really caught my attention. I was never cared or thought about people are lesbian‚ gay‚ bisexual or transgender until I took this class. What really caught my attention was Paula’s story. That was very touching‚ and I felt bad for her. And I realized that probably many people have most likely gone through what she went through; especially with your family. Your family are the ones who love you and are always suppose to be there for you and when they are not there for you

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  • Lgbt Discrimination

    2013 LGBT Discrimination There are many laws in place to prevent or discourage discrimination. Laws that protect people in the workplace‚ in activities held on federally funded properties and against violent crimes based on actual or perceived race‚ color‚ religion‚ national origin‚ ethnicity‚ or gender of any person. These laws have all been lacking in protection for LGBT persons. Most states do have laws addressing hate crimes and a large number of those do include crimes against LGBT persons

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