But it still raises some interesting questions. Put another way, if being pro gay marriage is like being a 20th century communist, and 20th century communists are defined as advocates of economic equality, is it then also like being a 19th century abolitionist? This question in turn prompts a further one, only indirectly related to the morality of supporting gay marriage in the civil sphere. How can one oppose racial inequality but condone economic inequality? If it is wrong to organize society in such a way that people receive unequal treatment according to race, how then is it acceptable to organize society in such a way that people receive unequal treatment according to class?
Equal Rights: Are We There Yet?
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Eye contact from women has stayed the same though. I work with guitars and guys will usually opt to ask my male coworkers questions instead of me unless I start playing Rage Against the Machine riffs or something. Then all of a sudden they want to talk to me. I could tell that women always thought I was attractive before but they were definitely more reserved with talking to me. The forum has received many comments, experiences and responses, but a lot of it makes for quite depressing reading for women:. I knew this already on a logical level, but experiencing it after I started socially and medically transitioning was still a jarring experience.
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For the most part, gays are treated fairly and equally. In fact, the media often supports the gay agenda. It is not politically correct to speak against gays, and they often get preferential treatment when applying for colleges or jobs. Gays are not really discriminated against, either. They are treated well today.