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    When you hear the word discrimination what is the first thing you think of? A majority of the population says wither blacks and whites or Jews and Nazis, but that’s not the only discrimination there is. Discrimination is, actually, unjust treatment of a different race, age, sex, or sexual preference. On this note, gays are probably one of the most discriminated against. Everyone is considered equal. Entertainment is families gathered together having a good time, cracking jokes and creating memories

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    without bias or discrimination because of race, religion, color or gender. Because of the importance of managing the practice of the federal government has established a Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). This agency along with some others are responsible for ensuring organization abide by the law. What happens with the gray areas that organizations can finagle its way. In the case study of Cracker Barrel the gray area was found in the hiring of homosexuals. The homosexuals did not have

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    those who matter don't mind". Essentially, this advice is applicable to any given individual, yet it seems that it is most suitable for homosexuals, and therefore why it lies within the heart of gay rights. It is inevitable, that as a minority group, homosexuals will find that they will encounter more people who “mind” than heterosexuals. This particular discrimination has been occurring for decades all across the globe; however it became prominent in the United States in the 1950s. In 1953, under President

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    There are many causes of discrimination against homosexuals in the world today. A homosexual is one who has sexual relationships with members of the same sex. Worthen states “that the majority of homosexuals believe they were born gay" (Worthen, F 2014). “This belief often supplies them with comfort, relieving them of any responsibility to change. However, there is no solid scientific evidence that people are born homosexual” (Worthen, F 2014). “Along with outside factors in a person 's life, his

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    of injustice and discrimination both around the world and in the United States specifically. There has been oppression of and discrimination against differing ethnic groups, women, and now, individuals with a different sexual orientation than what can be seen as normal. While the rights of these groups have improved significantly, discrimination still occurs. However, discrimination against them is still less rampant than the discrimination against people who identify as homosexuals and other similar

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    You get a call from your best friends mom at one in the morning. She’s frantically explaining the tragedy that just took place, your best friend is dead. Like your friend, many people from all ages experience a form of discrimination whether it’s because of their size, personality, raise, or even sexual orientation. People need a way to express themselves without feeling like they don’t belong because of who they are. Your friend is dead because they couldn’t come out as being gay without facing

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    Homosexuals, bisexuals and lesbians were a condemned lot not allowed to serve in the United States military service including the Navy forces. Service men and women in the military were judged not only with reference to their behavioral conduct but also from their sexual orientation results. The Department of Defense (DOD) would ask questions concerning sexual orientation of prospects willing to join the military service. A sexual orientation related to sexual attraction to people of a particular

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    Back in the 1940’s, gender stereotypes existed to a larger extent. Tennessee Williams casts a light on this issue in his play, “A Streetcar Named Desire” in which he shows how Homosexuals; such as Blanche’s husband Allan Grey was cut from the society. During the 1940’s, the concept of homosexuality was completely unusual and many people termed it to be unethical and almost a crime (Straight from the Closet). As a result, Allan Grey has been briefly mentioned but he has a huge role to play in Blanche’s

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    because they identify themselves as homosexual, could emotionally traumatize them. Examples of these issues are LGBTQ+ working in a labour intensive employment, and is treated as “weak” or “unfit” for the position, thus being looked down upon. For centuries, people follow the stereotype that people of a different gender or sexual identity are looked down upon and considered outliers of the society. Our group will go in depth and demonstrate examples of discrimination against LGBTQ+ in the workforce,

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    Movements such as Black Lives Matter and the gay rights movement have gained rapid popularity in modern society. This spike of interest in social justice in pop culture has created a “fad” in which celebrities, public figures, and regular citizens feel an underlying pressure to support social justice movements which alter rights for large demographics of people. And while the cultural trend of social justice becoming a fad creates the illusion of a more progressive society, the truth of the matter

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