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Abstract Discrimination against LGBT people is a significant and long-standing social issue that occurs in many ways, including lexical discrimination, which results in the regular use of discriminatory epithets. Both France and Italy's cases are described as very different: while the French experience is centred around grassroot mobilisation, Italy's response follows a traditional model of silence: although the French experience is centered around grassroot mobilisation, We apply a time series analysis on the frequencies of use of the terms that characterize male homosexuality using a large and detailed database.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11135-021-01121-x
Also if one were to poll young gay men today, how many would know that between 1900 and 1990 a sodomy arrest could result in a prison term of up to 14 years of hard work? How many people would know that the death penalty for sodomy was abolished in 1865, or that between that year and 1899, the prison for anal intercourse was ten years to life in 1899?
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1017/s1321816600006589
Ludovic-Mohed, a French social psychologist and a founder of Homosexuels musulmans de France, a French society of gay and queer Muslims, has published the book under review. Islamic feminist studies have already developed into an established field with roots back in the 1980s, the issues of homosexuality and non-binary gender identity in Islam have only recently piqued academic attention. Zadeh's book cites the arguments advanced in these trailblazing works as convincing, associating with Islamic ethical values. Challenging the argument that homophobia and misogyny are in accordance with Islamic ethical principles, Zadeh's book insists that the arguments presented in these trailblazing books were convincing.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.24848/islmlg.11.1.06
Regarding the fact that gay men have less offspring than straight men, it is appropriate to ask a question by which means is male homosexuality maintained in a population and what could possibly be its evolutionary role.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.51561/cspsych.65.6.537
Homosexuality is a form of attraction between the same sex groups. The attitude of college students towards homosexuality was found to be positive, with average knowledge, 31 had poor knowledge, and 6 had positive information regarding homosexuality. 90 percent of the college students had a positive attitude, with ten college students having unfavorable attitude toward homosexuality. Knowledge score and demographic measures, such as age of the students and year of study, showed a strong correlation between knowledge score and demographic variables such as gender, marital status, and source of previous information. According to the study's age, religion, marital status, and source of recent reports, there was a strong correlation between attitude scores and demographic variables like age of the students and year of study, with no significant correlation between attitude scores and demographic variables such as gender, marital status, and source of previous knowledge.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.46811/apjnh/1.1.6
Homosexualism is an action or a condition in which people of the same sex are drawn to or have sexual relations with each other. To know the attitude of Indian youth towards homosexuality, much research has not been done. The implicit attitude towards homosexual individuals was used to determine the implicit response toward homosexual individuals on the Implicit Association Test. The prejudice against homosexuals can be reduced by increasing intercultural contact between non-homosexual and homosexual groups, according to the contact hypothesis. The contact group had a positive attitude towards homosexuals, according to the report, although the non-contact group had a negative one.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.25215/0401.168
We go beyond this mono-dimensional model of religion in defining cultural beliefs and the possibility of destination hostility and discrimination on Muslim migrants in Western Europe in this article. Muslims who grew up in Western Europe are skeptical of homosexuality if they attended mosque regularly, in contrast to first-generation Muslim migrants, origin-country norms are a good predictor of attitudes toward homosexuality.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1177/01979183211041288
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