The Play "Cat on a hot Tin Roof"
Modern western culture prides itself on progress and tolerance, and the sexual revolution is a clear and unavoidable reminder of this. In the media and in our lives, sexual expression, a few decades ago would have been condemned, is becoming more mainstream, yet homosexuality is still an uneasy topic for most to discuss. Although the acceptance of homosexuality has increased over the decades, some problems that were present a century ago still exist today. The nature and the effects of pressure put on by society toward individuals to suppress homosexuality can be seen in Tennessee Williams' "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" where the main character Brick, can not express his sexual preference due to the society he associates with.
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