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    • HomosexualityAshleigh, Brittany, and Emily
    • Background• The Gay Rights and Same sex marriagemovement has become increasingly popular inthe last 50 years.• Extremely controversial issue in politics andreligion.• Same sex couples want the same benefits as a“normal” married couple would get.– Health insurance– Insurance– Parental rights
    • Famous People• Elton John with boyfriend DavidFurnish• Together they have 2children
    • George TakeiStar Trek star
    •  Jason Collins First openly gay pro athlete
    •  Ellen Degeneres
    • Struggles• Coming out to their friends and family• Being bullied• Not being accepted• Unable to legally marry• Adopting children• Constantly judged• Unemployment• Religious interpretations• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sRUj2xiwrVk• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6NQIT0IszP0
    • The “Bible Belt”• Made up of the Plains states-socially conservative Protestants-homophobic-they think they can “pray the gay away”http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QwAQYKYrpfY http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TUpHUqm_p3Q
    • Stereotypes/Racial Slurs• All have aids• All gays are attracted to every guy; all lesbians areattracted to every girl• They are going to “convert” others– Disease like• Gays are extremely feminine• Names:– Fag– Queer– Flamer– Homo
    • What would you do? (bullying)• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qNLxjL5BcVc
    • Laws and Policies• Don’t Ask Don’t Tell (DADT)– Signed by Pres. Clinton– Enacted during 1993-2011– Allowed homosexuals to serve, but military personnel were notallowed to ask, tell, or harass others sexuality.– Lifted a ban on homosexual service that had been instituted duringWWI. Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA)o defines marriage between a man and a womano Prohibits the federal gov. from recognizing same sex marriage fromany state
    • What would you do? (military)• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qGvm6yy5JnI
    • Equality Michigan• Equality Michigan works to enact policy and legislativechanges in Michigan to promote equality for LGBT people insuch areas as housing and employment, prevent hate crimes,and to stop anti-LGBT legislation and similar measures frombeing introduced.• Equality Michigans community events are intended to bringtogether and build the Michigan LGBT community.• Equality Michigan provides diversity trainings on social andpolitical LGBT issues. This program also educates politicians,doctors, lawyers, teachers, and law enforcement professionalsabout issues related to the LGBT community.
    • LGBT• Comprise an interwoven history of lesbian,gay, bisexual and transgender social andpolitical movements in the United States ofAmerica, beginning in the early 20th century.They have been influential worldwide inachieving social progress for lesbian, gay,bisexual, transgender and transsexual people.
    • Events• In 1950, gay activist Harry Hay and several other men founded theMattachine Society, the first enduring LGBT rights organization in theUnited States.• When the police raided the Stonewall Inn, a gay bar in Greenwich Villagein New York City in June 1969, an unprecedented riot broke out among thepatrons. Throughout the weekend, gay men and lesbians came to theStonewall to protest the police and their abusive tactics.This event servedas a catalyst for the emergence of a new breed of gay militant activistsquite unlike the more conventional organizations of the past two decades,and became known as gay liberation. Within weeks of the Stonewallevent, gay and lesbian activists organized the Gay Liberation Front, usingmuch of what had been built upon by the earlier groups. The GLF sawitself as revolutionary, and wished to effect a complete transformation• One event is the Michigan Womynss Music Festival in Walhalla Michiganthat stresses the importance of women. It encourages feminist groupand/or lesbian groups to come and perform. The main population islesbians and/or ladies with strong feminist beliefs.
    • More Events• GLF transformed the coming out process, making it easier• 1931 - Mädchen in Uniform, one of the first explicitlylesbian films and the first pro-lesbian film, is released.• 1958 – The United States Supreme Court rules in favor ofthe First Amendment rights of a gay and lesbian magazine,marking the first time the United States Supreme Court hadruled on a case involving homosexuality.• 1977 – Harvey Milk is elected city-county supervisor in SanFrancisco, becoming the fifth out American elected topublic office. (assassinated)• Barack Obama became the first U.S. president to publiclyannounce support for same-sex marriage on May 9
    • Statistics
    • “Consequences” of Gays Marrying
    • Current News• France legalized gay marriage on April 27th, 2013• Jason Collins came out recently as the first openlygay pro athlete• Don’t Ask Don’t Tell policy is no longer in effect• The U.S. federal government has NOT legalized samesex marriage• Homosexuals continue to protest and fight for thesame rights as every other human being
    • Stop the Discrimination• Remember that we are all born equal• Think before you speak• Remember that many homosexuals live their lives in fear of discrimination andjudgment.• Put yourself in others shoes• Remember that you may not agree with their life style choices, but you do notcontrol their life.• Remember that someones sexuality does not affect their ability to have feelingsand live a normal life.
    • Quiz1. Which country legalized same sex marriage?2. Name two famous homosexuals3. Which policy was repealed?4. List 3 struggles homosexuals have to face5. List 2 racial slurs used against them6. What is DOMA?7. Which region is extremely against homosexuals?8. What is a stereotype against them?9. Name one event related to this movement10. Who was the first gay politician?
    • Sources• http://topics.nytimes.com/topics/reference/timestopics/people/m/harvey_milk/index.html• http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/1553878/Dont-Ask-Dont-Tell-DADT• http://www.law.cornell.edu/wex/defense_of_marriage_act_doma• http://www.racialicious.com/2012/08/17/racialicious-crush-of-the-week-george-takei/• http://abcnews.go.com/US/jason-collins-mind-boggling-first-gay-athlete/story?id=19066393• http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/magazine/news/20130429/jason-collins-gay-nba-player/• http://www.mirror.co.uk/3am/celebrity-news/sir-elton-john-becomes-father-1536637• http://coolspotters.com/tv-personalities/ellen-degeneres• http://www.patheos.com/blogs/badcatholic/2011/12/two-lesbians-raised-a-baby-and-this-is-what-they-got.html• http://seniorjournal.com/NEWS/SeniorStats/6-05-31-SeniorCitizensAtOdds.htm• http://jontrouten.blogspot.com/2012_01_01_archive.html• http://nyupress.org/books/book-details.aspx?bookid=6351#.UYMWWDbD85s• http://allbleedingstopseventually.blogspot.com/2008/11/wont-someone-please-think-of-children.html• http://www.nytimes.com/imagepages/2004/11/11/national/20041112_GAY_GRAPH.html• http://articles.washingtonpost.com/2013-04-27/world/38854672_1_wedding-bands-gay-marriage-wedding-planners