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LGBT

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Brief Product Evaluation

San Francisco is one of the most popular places in the Unites States in California. It is a beautiful place where many people have flocked to in recent years, due to its beauty and culture. Thesis: The city of San Francisco is a great place that offers a rich LGBT...

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Who Should We Speak Up For and Why?

When faced with the question of who it may be the most important to speak up for in life, one of the first aspects to address is who may be unable to speak up for themselves; who lacks the security and platform from which to speak up? Because of this,...

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Transgender Discrimination

Introduction Freedom from discrimination based on sex or sexual orientation is a constitutionally recognized human right. However, when a person whose gender identity or behavior does not conform to that which is typically associated with the sex to which they were born, respecting this right can become complicated, especially when...

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Gay Marriage Constitutional Rights

Since the activism largely generated in the late 1960s and 1970s, issues of gay rights have become increasingly dominant in the society, as they remain today subjects of controversy. Greatly emphasizing this is the specific matter of legalized gay marriage. Despite this being in place on a federal level, and...

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Sex Survey

Discussion Question 1 The benefits of sex surveys as a method of data collection include: possibility to collect data from large samples that represent wide and diverse populations; possibility to collect data about participants’ private behaviour; they provide opportunity for data collection where other methods cannot be applied (e.g. observation)...

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LGBTQIA and Minority Health Disparities

There are a couple of barriers that prevent trans individuals from receiving both routine and gender-affirming care. First, and foremost, doctors appear to suffer from a lack of confidence in regard to the proper care of trans individuals. Secondly, Dr. a small percentage of doctor’s let their personal bias or...

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Nasw Statement Regarding The Rights Of LGBT

The NASW statement regarding the rights of LGBTQ explains that the laws should reflect the rights of members of the LGBTQ community as being equal to those of all other human beings. While this assertion is clearly intended to push for stronger laws that protect this population, there is no...

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Social Workers and the LGBTQ Population and Advocacy

Recently, the NASW urged social worker workforce to strengthen the protection of the rights and freedoms of people engaged in lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender relationships. The association claimed its firm belief in the equity of LGBT people in access and enjoyment of the rights and responsibilities legally granted to...

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Literature Review on LGBTQ Candidates

Among the most controversial issues in the American context is about marriage equality in the aspect of recognizing same-sex marriages. This issue has been intensely discussed in the American society where advocacy groups have worked to ensure that lesbians, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBTQ) marriages are recognized and accorded the...

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Exxon Mobil Case Study

The plaintiff was Freedom to Work, an American nonprofit organization, which was represented by Christine E. Webber and Peter Romer-Friedman of Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll (“Lawsuit Claims LGBT Bias,” 2013). The defendant was the Exxon Mobil Corporation, an American corporation. Facts The Exxon Mobil Corporation is an international corporation...

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Recovery for LGBT Population

The LGBT population has more challenges than the heterosexual population. LGBT youth are four times as likely to attempt suicide and are more likely to engage in substance use . Trauma is defined as any event, situation, or person that had subjected a person to psychological, physical, sexually, or emotionally...

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How Do Families Influence Health Of Black LGBTQ People?

It is no secret that health outcomes are amongst the lowest for those who identify as LGBTQ, and the intersectionality of anti-black discrimination compounds the problem. One area of interest is the effect of families on health outcomes for this population. It is widely known that black LGBTQ groups have...

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Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Population

Abstract This paper examines the issue of whether or not the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) population can be considered to be “at risk”. The paper begins by outlining the findings of research that indicate the LGBT population as vulnerable with regard to both physical and mental health, and...

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Lesbian Mothers

As feminist concepts grow in power and modern presence, new research is exploring the effects of this on lesbian couples who pursue a family together. Now that rights are becoming increasingly equal for people over every sexual orientation, the prevalent thinking was that these individuals would fall into the egalitarian...

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Interview with a Lesbian

When did you discover being a lesbian, do you consider it to be a challenging moment of your life? How did your friends and parents react to the fact of your coming-out? Discovering your homosexuality was not an easy thing. First, I shall mention that I had boyfriends before. But...

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Brokeback Mountain

A fair bit of ink has been spilled about the contrast between the story and the film called “Brokeback Mountain.” Of this, a lot of it is because of the reception of the film as compared to the reception of the story, which I think makes us realize something about...

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Making a Change

Introduction Freedom from discrimination based on sex is a constitutionally recognized human right. However, when a person whose gender identity or behavior does not conform to that which is typically associated with the sex to which they were born, respecting this right can become complicated, especially at school. Such issues...

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Transgender Rights

There is a debate in Texas. Whether transgender people should be allowed to use women’s bathroom is an issue being aggressively argued from both sides. The question is a complicated one, with an answer equally as difficult to ascertain. Those in favor of allowing transgender people to use women’s bathrooms...

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Progression of LGBTQ Community

During the 60’s homosexuality was classified as a mental disorder by the American Psychiatric Association. Mainstream religion morally condemned gay men and women. The act of homosexuality, even it private was a criminal offense and was punishable with up to a life sentence in prison. The riots at the Stonewall...

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Social Workers and LGBTQ Population

The NASW statement for LGBTQ people is an appropriate and necessary action for the minority group. There have been many instances of people in governmental positions who have not followed the laws that have been passed for gay people. One incident that received much attention occurred in June 2015 after...

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