Why are homosexuals observed as "aliens"? They are still humans with just one minor difference, whom they are attracted to. Our government helps point out homosexuals' differences by continuingly denying basic civil rights to lesbian and gay Americans, which in turn "[...] sends the message that their lives are less valuable than the lives of heterosexuals" (Nava, Dawidoff 148). There is no evidence to prove that a homosexual's life is less valuable than a heterosexual's life, because it is not true. We are all humans, the only difference being who we sexually love; is that really something to hate someone for?
Homosexuality will not vanish if they do not get the rights they deserve; it will just make them more adamant about the justice they ought to have. "People have always engaged in homosexual practices, with or without the sanction of family, church, and state" (Nava, Dawidoff 148). Gay men and lesbians warrant the same rights as heterosexuals because we are all humans, the only difference being in whom we want to spend the rest of our lives with. Because there is only one difference, homosexuals should not be treated as outcasts in society. Also, the military should not be able to ban people that are different.…
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