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Kolobe 1 Alamin Muhammed Kolobe Hannah Mugambi Writing Composition II (WRI 102) October 14, 2017 Rhetorical Analysis of Stephanie Fairyington’s “The Gay Option” Being a gay is never a disease but a state of mind: Most gay fellows may today decide to believe that its true and others will still fail to accept the fact, acknowledging it may be due to some disorder mentally in their medulla oblongata. The author of the article The Gay Option, in the Winter of 2010 made an article public on the matter of objection as “Choice as Strategy: Homosexuality and the Politics of Pity” (Fairyington 7), and she also said “same-sex desires are a choice rather than an undetermined abnormality” (Fairyington 7- 8). She starts constructing her reliability using private inferences and mutual sources and she went ahead to provide explanations as to the reason, gay fellows will continue to be Mother Nature’s fault except it is seen otherwise, quoting considerable facts built by LGBT activist besides, in what way an improved gay background might have remained accomplished. She effectively engages passionate appeals; nevertheless, considering the finishing part of the writing, her disagreement eventually reduces as she attempts to get towards a conclusion that society will improve with gay folks been accepted, so she requires no systematic or analytical attachment to her statement. The breakdown to her liability will be, none of her informants remained stated or arithmetical to upkeep her
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