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Unformatted text preview: Just because homosexuality and bisexuality would be accepted, does not mean our ideas of what we like would. I think that while society deems gay men, for example, to wear more feminine things, and while we would tolerate them doing so, it would probably not change a straight man wearing more feminine clothes. This would apply to females as well. E. I do not see it affecting the jobs we choose because now-a-days if someone wants a certain job; if they try hard enough they can have it. Also g ay men might still be accepted as great hair stylists, but this would not change society's view that straight men generally do not make good hair stylists. F. In my opinion it would undermine marriage, such men would marry men and there would be a blurry of the roles of men and women. Also marriage is for reproduction; same sexes cannot reproduce together and require assistance from opposite sex and adoption agencies....
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- Fall '11
- Homosexuality, Bisexuality