Today there are many laws that protect the rights of homosexuals. However, what I find quite disturbing about the establishment of such laws; is why society would need to establish specific laws to protect the rights of homosexuals in the first place. After all, homosexuals pay taxes, attend church, teach in academic institutions, and adopt and/or give birth to children. Yet despite our many contributions to society, many continue to view the inclusion of homosexual equality as a fringe on their civil liberties. Even worse, past historians rooted the ideology that homosexuality was a psychological disorder.
Yet, in 1973, the American Psychiatric Association removed homosexuality from the Diagnostic and Statistical Manuel of Mental Disorders. And luckily they did; after all, fifty years ago, identifying someone as a communist or homosexual often impaired his or her ability to gain sustainable employment. This reminds me of the hindrance placed on convicted felons, who are often deprived the right to gainful employment, because of past decisions. Nevertheless, I must ask, “Why does heterosexual society thrive to impede upon the rights of homosexuals?”
After all, through out history there have been countless arguments brought forth concerning the rights extended to all citizens, as well as arguments which deprive those who don’t live in compliance to the masses of their rights, which the U.S. Constitution implores. Therefore, it’s quite obvious our social structure is rooted in political warfare based on religious doctrine. But, if society remains divided based on political and religious indifferences, then this proves the Scripture to be true. After all, it suggest: …Every kingdom divided against it self is brought to desolation; and a house divided against a house falleth. - Luke 11:17
Meanwhile, classifying a specific group of individuals as unworthy of attaining the same equal rights and respect demonstrates a blatant disregard for that specific group well being. After all, history is the cause of today’s generational curse on homosexuals. In some instances, this is why such clauses as “defamatory communication” were established.
After all, an attack on a person’s character that tends to diminish their esteem, respect, goodwill, or confidence, in which he or she is held; or to excite adverse or derogatory and/or, unpleasant feelings based on opinions against him or her, has been ruled unfavorable by the United States Supreme Court, as so ordered in the infamous case of Rosenblatt v. Baer, 383 U.S. 75, 86 (1966).
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