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A Debate Forbids Silence
Nobody likes to be different. In a society based on conformity, deviations are met with disapproval and sometimes hatred. One group that "deviates" from societal norms is the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender - the GLBT - community. Currently, there are over 1,000 benefits, rights, and protections that federal law affords to married heterosexual couples; these same rights, and hundreds more coming from state legislatures, are not given to homosexual couples simply because they are homosexual. Heterosexuals, by far the ruling majority, have a hard time comprehending the need for equality, as many of them have never had to directly deal with unfair treatment. Homosexual couples and individuals need the same basic rights that heterosexual couples enjoy.
In almost half of the United States and in many cities and towns across the United States, homosexual people are still not protected from discrimination. Whereas African-American, Latino, Asian, and Jewish face dreadful discrimination, they have the possibility of legal recourse. Homosexuals however, cannot always fight discrimination in the courts.
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