• Equality organizations
• Gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender (GLBT) rights organizations Note. You may also refer to the Internet Resource Directory of Racial and Ethnic Groups.
Complete the following table with notes and thoughts related to your findings: Site Thoughts/Notes http://www.now.org/ - National Organization for Women Founded in 1966 and has over 500,000 members and 550 chapters. Worked to end harassment in workplace, schools and the justice systems. http://justice-equality.org/ - Organization for Justice and Equality (OJE) Focused mostly on California. Their current issues are stop …show more content…
Men should be working on cars and have a high power career instead of knitting and raising children. When society sees a female or male doing something out of the normal they start to judge that person on what they are doing. In reality we should all be allowed to do whatever we want without worrying about what other people will think.
Homosexuality has been part of history and culture ancient Greece. There forms of erotic that discuss and describe pleasure between two men. In other cultures homosexuality has been viewed as wrong and against divine law. In 1969 the gay rights movement was started to educate society on homosexuality, which had been viewed as mental illness instead of being a biological characteristic. The gay rights movement started to protest the discrimination gays were receiving in New York City but have become an everyday goal to end discrimination against all gays and lesbians. Even though there have been many people fighting to end discrimination homosexual individuals still report discrimination every day including 97% of students that say they hear remarks that are homophobic.
Since the march in 1969 the rights of homosexuals have come a long way. There are some states that allow same sex partners to get married. Some of these states are California, Connecticut, Delaware, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode