Tag Archives: homosexuality
By Charlotte Jalvingh | Published: April 12, 2012
TweetCALL FOR WRITERS The international blog on feminist issues, Gender Across Borders, is hosting a series on the topic of the role of nature vs nurture debate in sexual identity formation and acceptance. The question of what ‘causes’ homosexuality has been preoccupying widely ranging scientific fields and scientists: from medicine and neuroscience to cultural and [...]
By Emily Smith | Published: February 8, 2012
Women, valued solely for their ability to produce an heir, were ultimately worthless, and therefore an encumbrance as a result of homosexuality. Families desperately seeking to purge unwanted daughters, then, execrated homosexuality as one might loathe insolvency, accumulating daughters like debt.
By Ashley Flint | Published: January 11, 2012
TweetIn response to: “A topic came up the other day and I would like your perspective: Can homosexuals be considered a minority?” Absolutely! As a result of that minority status they are routinely rejected and persecuted because they do not fit into conventional societal norms. Heterosexuals are human beings; homosexuals are human beings, and under [...]