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What are some differences in the ways gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people are treated in the United States today compared to prior decades? How has this affected GLBT culture?
Weegy: I think discrimination against gays has actually gone down (at least in America). Yes, there are still those crabby old white Republicans who oppose gays, but the young population is much more open to them. [ But in the past, you were killed for being gay. (In some countries that may still be so.) But I think we are much more accepting today. Sure, there are still some problems, but gays are much safer today than they were before. ] (More)
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The women’s and feminist movements have been somewhat successful; women have gained access to high-ranking and high-paying jobs in many industries and fields. Are there still issues for women in the workforce? If so, what are they and what changes still need to occur? If not, what do you think made the movements so successful?
Weegy: I think that in many workplaces there is still women oppression. People still think very stereotypical - that men can do much more then women, that men are stronger (in the mental and physical level), that men are more logical and rational. [ For example, in my workplace there are opportunity to apply for different curses which would rise working skills (different languages etc.). Everyone can apply his membership. But the governor is that who decides who will go to these courses. And each time only male are chosen. I think that there is need to brake stereotypes to improve this situation. ] (More)
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Do you think this is true? If employment opportunities, for illegal immigrants, are stopped, illegal immigration will stop? User: Your texts say that according to sociologists, racial categories are misleading and are harmful ways to divide human groups. Do you agree or disagree with this statement? Why?
Weegy: True. This has been one of the major problems of the people today. This are common especially to people from strong nations as they felt superior and their way of proving their sense of integrity which is wrong. [ Racial discriminations would sometimes lead to social conflict, misunderstandings, and even war. ] User: Is there harm in telling jokes about ethnic groups? Explain. What are your perspectives on prayer in schools? What are the diversity issues involved? Weegy: My perspectives on prayer in schools is we should be liberal, should honor other`s values, culture, and norms. And people with ethnic diversity deserves hour special views. (More)
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Have you seen changes in racial equality and diversity in the past 5 to 10 years? If so, what was the motivating factor behind these changes? If not, why do you think things haven’t changed?
Weegy: We now have a Black African as an American President, and other changes are happening. Also, the media is increasing their representation of minority groups. (More)
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