Silence for gay rights
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Case in point are the images of homosexuals depicted in a popular Philippine noontime variety show. As an observer, it gives an outright impression that there seems to be an acceptance of homosexuality among the Filipinos as manifested by how they are being patronized through these sketches. The aim of the paper is to investigate how Filipinos seem to have a culture of silence in terms of accepting same sex marriage despite the presence and seemingly acceptance of homosexuals in mainstream media. Through qualitative audience analysis, audience reactions were observed while watching segments of the noontime shows which depict homosexual roles. This paper argues that Filipinos seem to lose acceptance of homosexuality on the matter of basic human right such as the right to marriage and legal union due to being considered as a predominant Catholic country with its long colonial history with the Spaniards.
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Kurtz: The battle over same-sex marriage is over 'Media Buzz' host reacts to Supreme Court's 'non-decision' on gay marriage After the Supreme Court cleared the way for gay marriage to become legal in 11 more states, I checked out some conservative websites for passionate pushback. The silence on the right is deafening. And many Republicans are simply ducking the issue. With public opinion increasingly favoring gay marriage, it seems the conservative movement has essentially surrendered. And with gay weddings soon to be performed in 30 states, that is unlikely to change.
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Open Letter to Schools about Day of Silence
Gay marriages meet frosty silence By Matt Frei BBC correspondent in Massachusetts Couples celebrated weddings and getting the same rights as others On 17 May , American history was sealed with a kiss on the stroke of midnight. One gay couple after another - men and women - filed out of the town hall in Cambridge brandishing the freshly issued papers that would allow them to get married. Massachusetts has often been at the cusp of liberal reforms. Now, after months of bruising battles in and out of the state Supreme Court and the state legislature, it has become the first state to legalise what most Americans still oppose. Outside the town hall, thousands of people had gathered to applaud the couples, and to celebrate a right which they regard as self-evident.
Why should I register? Your registration helps us learn how many people, and which parts of the country, the Day of Silence reaches each year. Many critics wish to downplay the number of people who support LGBTQ visibility and affirmation in schools. By registering, you are helping us prove that this is an important issue to which thousands and thousands of people are committed. In , students at the University of Virginia organized the first Day of Silence in response to a class assignment on non-violent protests with over students participating.