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Homosexuality Essay Examples

Essays on Homosexuality

Gay Rights and Equality
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Since June 26, 2015 gay marriage has been legalized in all fifty states. Although same sex marriage has been legalized, there is still controversy within this topic. In the past the church did not allow allow homosexuality, so marriage was not an option. If two people were to be caught with the same sex it was even punishable by death, meaning it was not openly acceptable to be seen with one another. Of course times have changed since then, but…...
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Gay Rights Movement
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Some people say gay rights have just started, but they have been going on for a couple years now. If you keep reading this then you will read court cases and other incidents about how gay rights all started. LGBT individuals are now allowed to serve openly in the military. Laws prohibit homosexula activity have been struck down. June 26, 2015 same-sex marriage and adoption is legal in all 50 states. A man named Henry Gerber created the first Gay…...
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Gay Stereotyping in Modern Family
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Modern Family is an ABC comedy that began in 2009 and has become increasingly popular ever since. The show is centered around three families, which are apart of one large, extended family. Jay Pritchett is the father of two children, Claire and Mitchell. Jay is married to a much younger, exotic woman named Gloria. They raise her son from a previous marriage, Manny, together. Claire is married to husband Phil Dunphy and they have three children together. The oldest is…...
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The Issues Facing LGBT Teens
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When a child reaches the stage of adolescence, they face many factors that contribute to their growth. Whether that is having a great support system from their family, making good friends with their peers at school, and are well both physically and mentally. For adolescents in the LGBTQ+ community, rather than go through the stages that every adolescent faces, they have to encounter many struggles in their lives. Many LGBTQ+ youth deal with poor mental health, bullying in their schools,…...
AdolescenceHomosexualityLgbt IssuesMental Health
Risk Factors for Homelessness Among Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Youths
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The LGBTQ homeless youth community in the United States is increasing more and more every year. Those who identified themselves as homosexuals have faced many obstacles, starting from being neglected from their own community as well as being shamed by their families. It is a problem that is being overlooked and needs to be solved. There has to be more government involvement in helping the homeless shelters specifically for the LGBT youth and decrease the number of youth homeless on…...
HomelessHomelessnessHomosexualityLgbt IssuesYouth
Preparing Social Workers for Helping LGBT Community
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In the field of Human Services is a broadly defined term, which the goals are meeting human needs by the use of knowledge base, focusing on ways of prevention as well as solving life problems, and maintaining a commitment to improving the overall quality of life of individuals. The profession of Human Services is one that promotes advanced service by addressing not only the quality of firsthand services, but also by seeking to improve accessibility, accountability, and coordination among the…...
Community ServiceHomosexualityLgbt RightsSocial Work
The History of Banned Books
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Libraries across the country offer a vast selection of books. Biographies, adventures, and every other topic the reader may hope to find. There is a book for everything, unless if it has been plucked from the shelves. Schools have been faced with challenges regarding whether specific books should be banned from their libraries. Books that are challenged often have themes and elements that parents or other adults do not want students reading. While many people agree with the logic behind…...
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Political-Economic and Social Injustice
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Fraser assumes that “redistributive remedies for political-economic injustice always dedifferentiate social groups” and “recognition remedies for cultural-valuation injustice always enhances social group differentiation”.  South Africa is one of the first countries in the world to recognise gay and lesbian rights and arguably the broaden of the scope of these rights has been achieved through the aide of the National Coalition of Lesbian and Gay Rights(NCLGE), later replaced by the Equality Project but it has also in some ways failed to…...
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Homoerotism and Dracula
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Homoerotism refers to the illustration of homosexual love and desire manifested through visual arts and literature. Although, it is more of a modern concept, Sedgwick acknowledged the pre-existence of such ‘process’ in the Victorian Era that hinges on pathological explanation of the ‘homosexuals’ veering on the predisposition towards both depravity and paederasty (Kaylor 2006). Dracula contains several obvious and not-so-obvious hints on the homoerotism that probably characterizes the restrained movement of the homosexuals of the Late Victorian Era. A. Parodies…...
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The Straight Guy
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While some applaud Glee for it’s honest portrayal of its gay characters, others claim its too picture perfect. Kurt is depicted as a flawless person in his looks and in his actions, which may give gay teens unrealistic expectations in how they should look and how they should act. What is being presented is the desirable image of the gay male, in terms of race and class, is the same as the desirable image of the heterosexual male. What differentiates…...
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Same Sex Marriage
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"Marriage is a coming together for better or for worse, hopefully enduring, and intimate to the degree of being sacred. It is an association that promotes a way of life, not causes; a harmony in living, not political faiths; a bilateral loyalty, not commercial or social projects. ” (U. S. Supreme Court). Marriage has been defined as a religious & legal commitment between a man and woman, as well as an expression of love. Homosexuals have not been allowed to…...
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Romanticizing Marriage and Heteronormalizing Society
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Over the years, weddings have developed from a sacred ritual to a moneymaking industry. Bridal magazines cover the shelves of grocery stores and doctor’s offices. Television shows and movies show scenes of women dressed in white and associate these images with happiness and wholeness. The divorce rate in America may be high, but the social fascination with and desire for the fairytale wedding is even higher. Chrys Ingraham, Jyl Josephson, and the marginalized LGBT community all address the issues created…...
GenderHomosexualityMarriageSocial IssuesSociety
What role did the figure of the prostitute play in wider discussions of sexuality and gender?
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According to Trumbach the role of the prostitute, between 1650 and 1850, was to provide an escape from the intimacy of marriage, to guarantee that men would never be transformed into women and that the male was not a sodomite. 1 This role would seem to echo changing definitions of masculinity that increasingly promoted heterosexual, penetrative sex and denounced homosexuality. This somewhat limited view, however, only associates the prostitute with definitions of masculinity and does not consider her role in…...
GenderGender And SexualityGender RolesHomosexualityMarriageProstitution
About Christians
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Now before I even get into this, I'm not directing this towards all Christians. I fully accept that there are Christians out there who are open-minded, sensible, kind and not ignorant. This is coming from a slightly atheistic standpoint (though sometimes I consider myself to be a Taoist or Buddhist. ) I'm really sucked into the religious part of YouTube. It's super enlightening if you subscribe to and watch intelligent and open-minded people. But there are always the not-so-intelligent-bordering-on-idiotic-let-alone-smart-enough-to-be-open-minded people,…...
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Organizational Psychology: Diversity at Lloyds-TSB
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Lloyds TSB is the largest retail bank in the UK and they have more than 140,000 staff. Half of all people in UK now bank with Lloyds Banking Group. It is a diverse business, with stronger market presence in areas such as mortgages, insurance, finance and investments. They have taken a positive approach to employee who has disability such as creating an inclusive working environment so that their employees can reach their full potential. Besides, they also help the disabled…...
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What Is Oppositional Dress?
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A critical study of the identity crisis caused by "oppositional dress" in contemporary American society "Oppositional Dress" In Minabrere Ibelema's essay "Identity Crisis", Ibelema suggests that the mainstream American culture is so powerful that all cultures conform to it. Ibelema does this by showing how the mass media portrays African Americans in relation to their cultural identity by using situation comedies as a measuring tool. Of the episodes Ibelema uses very few of them look at African Americans cultural identity.…...
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Miss Massey – Homosexuality is Viewd by Society
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An example of how homosexuality is viewd by society today (in the nineties). The text as I see it has two themes: Homosexuality and society today (in the nineties). The relationship between Jaz and Tony as depicted in the story clearly shows that a homosexual relationship in many ways resembles a heterosexual relationship. Jaz and Tony have their occasional disputes as would any other couple - everything is normal. Yet they face some problems other couples would not. For example,…...
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Language and Sexuality throughout the Decades
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Both language and sex are controversial issues, and they have drastically changed and evolved throughout the decades. The media has played a considerably large role in this. Women especially have been portrayed through the media by their language and sexuality. Since the 1950's, each decade has brought something new and a little different on screen to represent the outlook people had during that generation towards language and sexuality. Language and sexuality go hand in hand. Without language, one would not…...
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Jeffery Lionel Dahmer: Well-Known American Serial Killer
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Jeffery Lionel Dahmer is a well-known American serial killer who murdered 17 boys and men from 1988 until July 22, 1991 when he was arrested in Millwaukee. His nicknames were "Milkwaukee Monster" and "Milwaukee Cannibal", which was quite suiting considering his chosen methods of murder. (Apa-voices. yahoo) There are a lot of suspected theories as to why Dahmer raped, murdered, dismembered, and ate his victims. Some people believe that he was angry and ashamed that he was homosexual; some believe…...
Criminal JusticeHomosexualitySerial Killer
Iren Annus
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So in the span of four seasons since they met each other, sexual intercourse was implied only twice, and the number of times that they were seen kissing can be counted on your fingers. So while we don’t expect them to make out in each episode, it is apathetic in comparison to what’s shown on most other prime-time shows centered around high-school kids. Showing two gay characters kissing romantically on national television is big step forward, but we are not…...
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Homoeroticism in Bram Stoker’s Dracula
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Modernity in the late 1960’s to the contemporary period explores the fundamentals and the notion and ideologies of heterosexuality which extends to thematic concepts in literature. The tenets of gender is questioned and hereto put forth as social equity, an underlying idea of democratization, contests the precepts of gender and sexuality. What is biologically ‘straight’ is devolved with identity reconstruction and partiality towards sexual orientation. Accordingly, the new gender---the third gender---a referral to gays, lesbians, bisexuals, and closets play ‘minority’…...
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Homoeroticism and Bram Stoker
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The publication of Dracula and the homoerotic themes scandalized under the narrative, created a question on the motivation of the author Bram Stoker. It has been noted above that the horror story is a social commentary on the misunderstanding and the treatment of homosexuals as well as exploration on the ‘homoerotism’ of Dracula. Perhaps Dracula is merely an extension of the true author. We contend that the vividness of the character Dracula is either a representation of the closet Bram…...
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Fantasy’s Killer
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A study of how fantasy plays an integral role in the creation of a serial killer. "Through out history seldom has an individual been able to hold a city in fear. Most times people will just either ignore the individual, let the police handle the situation, or call them wacko or crazy. But then there are the extreme cases. On this end of the scale people may have extreme mental problems or very strong motives, so extreme or so strong…...
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Civil Partnership and Marriage Equality
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Despite everything, marriage itself is still greatly valued. Couples want a rite of passage, a public announcement of their commitment; or perhaps claim their undying love to one another? These symbolic functions could be just as important for gay couples. There is, however, nothing to stop anyone from devising their own ceremonies for this purpose. In fact, there is reason to believe that some heterosexual couples deliberately go through marriage ceremonies which they regard as binding but which are not…...
HomosexualityJusticeMarriageMarriage Equality
Views on Same-Sex Marriages
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Senator Diane Savino made a strong speech about her views on same-sex marriages. she took a stand in front of her fellow senators in support of same sex marriage rights. she defends her view by using her friends as example to present them and advocate the idea of that they should not be denied the right to marry just because they are of the same sex. She argues that same sex people want to be as safe as other couples…...
GenderGender EqualityHomosexualityHuman rightsMarriageSame Sex Marriages
Same-Sex Marriage in the United States
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When asked if gay couple should have equal rights our soon to be president of the United States said, 'No, no!' and that he doesn't support gay marriage at all. If the soon to be president of the United States doesn't accept gay people, why should the rest of us agree with it? Tulane.edu says, 'Regardless of race, ethnicity, or religion, men and women across the world are guaranteed under international law the opportunity to enter into marriage with one…...
GayHomosexualityJusticeMarriageRightsSex
Why Gay Marriage Is Good for Straight America
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In "Why Gay Marriage Is Good for Straight America' Andrew Sullivan argues the importance of same sex marriages in America. Sullivan mentioned that in his childhood he didn't see himself getting married just because gay couple was not establish, but he knew that when he did, it was not going to have a marriage like his parents. Also, saying that in the process of accepting who he is, it was difficult since not being able to express it and able…...
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Same-Sex and the Constitution
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In 2003 a proposal to amend the constitution to prohibit gay marriages was discussed. Until recently deciding the states were responsible for their own family law and policy. Many states still go by their own standards for what is considered a family. There are some states that adhere to the amendment ruling about same sex marriage. There are public employees that have refused to marry gay couples because it goes against their religious beliefs. I cannot see is how opening…...
ConstitutionHomosexualityHuman rightsJusticeMarriageSex
Who is AmazingPhil?
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AmazingPhil is a popular YouTuber throughout the community, his real name is Phil Lester. Phil is from England and was born on 30th January 1987, which makes him 32 years old at this current moment in time. Phil was born in Rawtenstall, Rossendale, Lancashire, England. He is mainly known through his YouTube channels; AmazingPhil, which has over 4 million subscribers and DanAndPhilGAMES videos were made with a frequent collaborator Daniel Howell who also recently came out as gay. Phil coming…...
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Chapter 1 Carson McCullers and postmodernism is going to
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Chapter 1, "Carson McCullers and postmodernism", is going to introduce the construction of the postmodern canon and McCullers' connection with postmodern literature. It will begin with a discussion on the definition of postmodernism by exploring its relationship to modernism, existentialism, poststructuralism and postmodern philosophy. Main ideas and theories of the representative postmodern thinkers, like Jacques Derrida, Michel Foucault and Jacques Lacan, will be introduced and will mainly highlight their impact on literary criticism and the guiding principles of people's life.…...
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Same Sex couples Adopting
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Life begins with natural order. That natural order is man and woman, mother and father, etc. When a child is adopted by same sex couples, this order is disturbed. Hence, confused gender roles such as two mothers or two fathers. A child will grow up believing that this is normal, not knowing which parent mother and/or father is. A child is born not knowing so what they learn comes from their environment and what they are taught. Same sex couples…...
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The LGBTQ Community
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The LGBTQ community faces many challenges such as discrimination and hate crimes every day. Some individuals turn to drugs such as alcohol, illicit drug, marijuana, and prescription medication to ease the pain. Another reason they do this because they don't feel accepted by others or they struggle accepting themselves. The LGBTQ community has always been looked at differently, but they are humans just like any regular person. The LGBTQ community starts to abuse and misuse alcohol at a very young…...
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How “Farewell My Concubine” And Leslie Cheung Affect Chinese Gender Culture
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Introduction Based on Chinese traditional culture, things about homosexuals are a shame to talk or make stories, but in modern ages, a legendary film had changed that situation. "Farewell My Concubine" is one of the most successful films in Chinese movie history. It was the only movie in China that had won the Golden Palm price in the 46th Cannes International Film Festival. Until today, we still don't have another movie which can get this price. It is about Chinese…...
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Creating Culture Is Very Important In A Youth Group
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I believe that creating a culture is very important in a youth group. In Foundations for Youth Ministry, Dean Borgman says that "Culture is all that humans learn in community and pass onto future generations; it is all that we have learned to make out of our physical environment to improve human existence." Most youth groups have a culture, good or bad they have one. Most times you have to be creative to build and maintain a good culture. Some…...
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The idea of human rights rests on the premise that all humans
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The idea of human rights rests on the premise that all humans are equal. It also follows that all humans have dignity and all humans should be treated as equals. Anything that undermines that dignity is a violation, as it violates the principle of equality and paves way for discrimination. India is a vast and diverse country and attitudes towards the LGBTQ community is complex but what adds further to this complexity is difference between urban and rural India, caste,…...
GenderHomosexualityHuman rightsSexualitySocial Issues
THE FOUNDATION OF MARRIAGE AGAINST THE HOMOSEXUAL
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As Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. said, "marriage is a basic human right. You cannot tell people they cannot fall in love." This is an aspiring quote to believe that we have the freedom to choose who we desire to accompany throughout our lives. However, marriage is not just any relationship between human beings and we all know that marriage was composed between a husband and a wife, but the definition of it was too subjective for our own perspectives,…...
GenderHomosexualityMarriage
Thomas More’s Utopia
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What do you consider a perfect society? In Thomas More's Utopia he considered perfect. In reality there's no much thing as "perfect". There are many different perspectives. It depends on what you consider ideal in terms of our personal taste and preference. Although More's Utopia improves things he ignores many problems we tend to face in the world we live in, which my safe haven will solve. In More's world we see that everything is not as perfect as he…...
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Middle Eastern Women and Asexuality
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Foundations of Social Justice Intersectionality Paper For this assignment, I interviewed an asexual, Middle Eastern woman. Her identity is different than mine in terms of race and sexual orientation because I am a heterosexual mexican women. Interview Question: How do you identify yourself racially or ethnically? I identify as a Jordanian Sunni Muslim. I am a second generation Jordanian American. While I was born and raised in America for the most part, I still identify as Jordanian. I identify myself…...
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The Christian Tradition
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In seeking to theologically reflect on this urgent pastoral challenge, I have sought to employ the three-stage method of theological reflections model as espoused by J.E. Whitehead. I have found this approach to theological reflection extremely helpful and practical in the manner in which it provides a framework of "conversation" in theological reflection. I particularly like the conversation metaphor as the Conversation of our Life together, a conversation narrative. The key strengths of this model for theological reflection come from…...
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Support for legalizing same-sex marriage
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In recent years, by the development of science, the 3rd sex, homosexuality, is found, beside the traditional concept of sex is only 2 sex, female and male. They are known as LGBT which symbols for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender, respectively. The marriage of these kinds of people is called "same-sex marriage" which is becoming the hot phrase in the searching tab. In theoretical definition, Same-sex marriage is also known as gay marriage or a homosexual marriage which is a…...
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What role did the figure of the prostitute play in wider discussions of sexuality and gender?
...Most importantly she was a reflection of the 'double standard' that existed in English society at that time. Trumbach, however, concentrates too narrowly on the prostitutes role as defining masculinity when, in fact, she served as a model of female i...
What Is Oppositional Dress?
...African Americans and other ethnic minorities also have cultivated their own controversial styles. Their styles however usually carried with it a message. By the 1940's young blacks developed a distinctive style of dress called a zoot suit. These sui...
Why Gay Marriage Is Good for Straight America
...He explains that all those doubdfull, sad and darkness of his life he knows that is what he fought for, for the future knowledge commitment, and remember that people fought for your happiness. It finishes that we've been knowing that gay community ex...
Who is AmazingPhil?
...Phil is happy that most people now know, and he went on to say that some of the older generations have been taught that being gay or being in any part of the LGBT community is bad, but people are gradually becoming more accepting, the reason people a...
How “Farewell My Concubine” And Leslie Cheung Affect Chinese Gender Culture
...For me, about the understand of gender culture, I prefer Kangyong Cai's explain. He said the process must be hard, because a big part of human's culture is giving birth. It's hard to against the whole society who think you are strange. Homosexuals li...

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