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Running head: CHFD220 WEEK 7: SEXUAL TOLERANCE 1Assignment 7: Sexual Tolerance: The Times They Are A’changing People in theUnited States vary widely in their acceptance of the sexual and gender choicesand orientations. The impact of those with views of lesser acceptance is felt thehardest by the most vulnerable among us- our children. Watch the followingvideo of a Ft. Worth City Councilman speaking about his experiences as a youngman marginalized based on his sexual orientation and consider the impact sucha message would have on a young person in a similar situation and on an adultwho is intolerant of the LGBTQ community. · Joel Burns: It Gets Better(transcript located on YouTubesite) Compare and contrast what you believe the experiences of these twoindividuals (the insecure LGBTQ youth and the intolerant adult) viewing thismessage would be. How might it reinforce existing beliefs about themselves ormotivate them to see themselves and/or the world differently? What additionalinformation would you propose to share with either or both of these individualsto persuade them into such a paradigm shift? Write a 5-paragraph essay thatincludes each of the elements listed below in the grading rubric. Be sure to useat least 2 references to support your essay. Your paper must meet the minimum750-word count requirements. All assignments and forums in the class aredesigned for you to demonstrate your understanding and your knowledge of thematerial content. It is never acceptable or appropriate to simply provideinformation that is copied and pasted from a source - any source. Even if theinformation were cited properly, copying and pasting does not demonstrateknowledge. All assignments are submitted to Turnitin, which is a plagiarismchecking tool. Any assignment receiving a score of 30% or better raises serious
CHFD220 WEEK 7: SEXUAL TOLERANCE 2concerns about the originality of your work. An originality score should generallybe no more than 20%. Originality scores between 20 and 50% will be gradedwith a point deduction. Any originality score over 50% after review will be