The Acceptance of Homosexuality - Pgilosophy Term Paper

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Charlene M’bayo Philosophy – Gavin The Acceptance of Homosexuality Homosexuality has been controversial topic, on both a moral and ethical stand point, for many years. There has been a lot of discrepancies towards those who are homosexuals. They have been targeted for hate crimes, bullying, mercy killings and conversion therapies. It’s almost as if people don’t want homosexuals as part of their society, when in fact they are doing no harm to them. Homosexuals have been treat as if they are a new kind of breed or some new “disease”, homosexuals are just like you and me and just because they like the same sex makes them no different from us. Homosexuality should be considered a normal thing, and homosexuals should be able to have the same rights as heterosexuals and should have no problems with marring one
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