Essays on Homophobia

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Homophobia Produces Hate Crimes

Attitude towards LGBT people fluctuates from one society to another. Among the Indigenous people of the Americas, homosexuals and bisexuals were considered spiritual people and were given respected roles. On the other hand, many cultures and countries around the world considered homosexuality as corrupt and illegal behavior, often punishable by death. As a result of […]

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Homosexuality: Hidden Love

For many years music videos have become more popular with only one purpose and is the representation of a visual image that demonstrate a certain event or a special meaning. The music video “Take me to Church” directed by Brendan Canty and Conal Thomson make a visual representation in which the audience can identify one […]

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Homosexuality: Discrimination and not Accepted by Society

The play Angels in America written by Tony Kushner depicts the harsh reality that homosexual men faced during the 1980s: the peak of the AIDS epidemic. The play follows the journey of two distraught relationships: one which involves a closeted gay Mormon named Joseph and his wife Harper, and the other a gay man named […]

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Homosexuality: Can the Catholic Church Accept Lgbt People

The subject of homosexuality has been slowly progressing throughout the modern day. Not too long-ago same sex marriage was not legal anywhere and before that being gay was universally unaccepted and seen as shameful. However, in the modern day 2018, the LGBTQ+ community is much more accepted and embraced, especially in the United States. Modern […]

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Condemnation of Homosexuality in Russia

Sixty-three percent of Russians believe so-called “gay propaganda” is destroying “the spiritual values” of their country. This was the result of a survey released last month by a Russian pollster. About a week earlier, a Russian court fined Maxim Neverov, a sixteen-year-old boy, 50,000 rubles (around $700) under a 2013 law banning gay propaganda. He […]

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Anne Frank Diary Review

Being a young girl is hard enough but living in Germany as a Jew was terrible through 1939-1942 so imagine just how young Anne Frank Felt. Anne Frank was a normal girl her family was pretty wealthy she was a normal teenager she bickered with her mother and sister, Through the story she expresses her […]

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Story about Anne Frank

In life most people just cannot wait for the chance of becoming a “grown up”. Anticipating the chance to have more independence and the opportunity to do things that were perceived as being mature and cool. While growing up, the people suffer through a set of changes as they develop a sexually mature adult body. […]

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Anne Frank’s Diary: Holocaust Literature or not

The Diary of a Young Girl is part of the literary canon reserved for the educational establishment. Generation after generation of students read through the diary, reading it as a voice of optimism in the midst of one of the darkest hours in all of human history. It is common to look upon this diary […]

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Cruel Situations during the Holocaust

“The dreaded moments has come; there is no escape. We are in the hands of the SS. The process of our ‘liquidation’ has begun.” Livia Bitton-Jackson describes the hardships faced while growing up in the Holocaust in her autobiography, I Have Lived a Thousand Years. Similarly, Sarah Helm’s researches the experiments performed on women in […]

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My Impressions of the Holocaust Museum Tour

As expected, going to the Holocaust Museum was a very emotional experience. I learned about the Holocaust throughout my middle and high school years and it makes me angry and disgusted, but once I saw all the artifacts and pictures of what the Jewish people and their families had to go through I have this […]

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Analysis of the Historical Novel “lilac Girls”

The Holocaust was a time in history that will never be forgotten. It was a time of sorrow and pain. The historical fiction novel Lilac Girls by Martha Hall Kelly demonstrates how the Holocaust affected the lives of very different people. The three characters Caroline Ferriday, Kasia Kuzmerick, and Herta Oberheuser all live disparate lives […]

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A Review of Elie Wiesel’s Book “night” about the Holocaust

To the readers Elie Wiesel’s book Night is only a memoir of his experiences and things Wiesel went through during the Holocaust. But if you take a closer look at his experiences we can see the bystander effect and how it took place during the holocaust affecting the jews mostly. Have you ever heard of […]

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