There Is still discrimination agains these people however this new

There is still discrimination agains these people

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workplaces however they aren’t being followed or applied. There Is still discrimination against these people however this new implementation has helped protect these people and create some sense of protection. They aren’t being accepted by the community and those seminars were made to help others see their point of view or their stories and perhaps they won’t change one’s opinion but it’s there to simply understand that these people are humans too. They don’t deserve to be mistreated because they have different sexual orientations. According to the article of LGTBfobia y Delitos de Odio, “The LGTB community go through verbal abuse, physical, mental abuse and rejection by many” (Lopez, 2016, Pg. 3). They aren’t accepted well into this judgmental world we live in, they aren’t violating the law by loving someone of a different gender. This creates hate in those who are homomorphic, and we can see how these seminars can potentially help people become more open mind and simply realize that these people deserve to be respected. “Our implicit attitudes and stereotypes start forming at a
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very young age and are used by our brains as a way to process the vast amounts of information that we come into contact with each day. Testing supports the theoretical notion that implicit bias is prevalent, showing high incidence rates of implicit bias towards many different groups, including racial groups and sex. Bias against “out-group” members and in favor of “in-group” members is especially prevalent (Larson, 2010, Pg. 6). We aren't born to naturally discriminate people based on sex, gender, religion, or color of skin those are behaviors we learned or are taught by our parents, friends, pastor, and the environment we group up in. they can play a huge role in who we are and what we accept or don't accept. A lot of people in the LGTB community commit suicide simply because they fell rejected, unwanted and go through bullying because of who they are and their sexual orientation. Treat others the way you would want to be treated. We wouldn't think that discrimination does not happen within the workforce, but the reality is that there are still employees and employers discriminating people based on their own faiths and in extreme cases become bullies in the workforce. This is the issue of why many people live in the shadows and have to fake a double life and personality because of the fact of being judged by the community, unaccepted, and living with fear. There are people who feel hate towards these people. According to the article of LGTBfobia y Delitos de Odio, "LGTB community goes through a lot of pressure and fear, they fear discrimination in their workplace, being assaulted, killed, or verbal abuse causing many to live a double life in where many gay people are married to the opposite sex just to be accepted by the world" (Lopez, 2016, Pg.4). Many LGTB feel unprotected and unaccepted and for those reasons, many decide to live a double life. Sexual orientation discrimination is based on stereotypes about how men and women “should” behave. “Sexual orientation harassment usually
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takes place because the employee failed to satisfy expectations of masculinity or femininity.
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