Homosexuality And Its Effect On Society

924 WordsFeb 5, 20164 Pages
The word homosexual is used to differentiate people who prefer someone of the same imagery; allowing them to communicate through their intimacy of each other’s feelings. However, homosexuality can also be defined as a sin. First Corinthians 6:18, “Flee from sexual immorality. Every other sin a person commits is outside the body, but the sexual immoral person sins against his own body.” Many people look down on homosexuality because it is unmoral. This immorality caused great debates, and stirred up hatred between various individuals. Furthermore, these arguments forced homosexuals to fight for acceptance and equality across the nation. Homosexuality was another way of life that would vastly become recognized throughout history. Today in the 21st century homosexuality is widely accepted. Even more, it’s become so accepting than premarital sex. I am not for homosexuality but I can accept it. Nowadays, I see homosexuality everywhere. It’s on television and internet. I believe everyone should have the right to choose who they want to be romantically involved with. However, thinking about homosexuality takes me back to laws on anti-bullying. What if someone was getting bullied because they were gay? After all, the anti-bullying law was passed way before any same-sex law. I believe society would outweigh bullying to further persecute homosexuals. In today’s society homosexuals are just as privileged as anyone else. Furthermore, I’ve realized that being born in 1995 may have
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