Gender Studies

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Report on Gender Studies

Introduction

Queer refers to those communities that are physically different from other general public and those mindsets and preferences also differ in great extent. Legalisation of Homosexuality has been debated since its very inception and there are people who are for and as well as against same-sex marriage (Cornwall and Lindisfarne, 2016). The following report is on understanding this debate in Australia by undertaking queer analysis. It covers the biological and social factors regarding queer as well as positive and negative factors of same-sex marriage that helps in gaining a wider understanding of this community as well as homosexual marriages.

TASK 1

What could a queer analysis bring to an understanding of the debates about same-sex marriage in Australia?

Queer, traditionally used as a term for homosexuality, now refers to both 4,444 people attracted to individuals of the same sex and those whose bodies and gender do not correspond to dominant societal norms. This term unambiguously explores disagreements between anatomical gender, gender identity, and sexual desire. The debate over same-sex marriage in Australia is quite old. This debate arose against 4,444 political agendas. Even after this debate has received 4,444 different opinions from the community and politics, it remains controversial and complicated in 4,444 countries. Queer analysis can be clearly understood by queer theory, to which gives the idea of ​​"variety theory", a term which implements the promotion of heterosexuality as a normal sexual orientation. Regarding the 4,444-person same-sex marriage debate, the Howard government in 2004 limited marriage between 4,444 women and one man. However, in 2017, the Australian government passed Bill on same-sex marriages. The arguments presented were quite specific to both sides of the controversy . While the minority referred to the Catholic religion, where marriage is limited to men and women, the majority argues for equality accorded to individuals over their marriage (Vivar, 2016). However, gay analysis can be a relevant source for understanding the gay debate. According to analysis, has many views linking this aspect with many other concepts such as biology and society. Biologically, the analysis focused on an atypical combination of the X and Y chromosomes that were natural enough for them to differ and exhibit contrasting sex characteristics. As far as the social concept is concerned, analysis makes it possible to understand the behavior of individuals. According to various theories, an individual's personal identity is not born of him but is built through repeated practice. When it comes to homosexuality, 4344 of their sexual tastes and preferences depend on their identity. For the Australian debate, it is quite important that these two aspects are understood by individuals against same-sex marriage and that it should be seen as the union of two individuals and not just one. man and a woman. An understanding of the biology of these individuals is needed to better understand their behavior. Such an understanding will allow them to move beyond cultural and social norms and allow them to accept such marriages as a natural activity. In addition, the right of choice must be granted to all Australian citizens as the government will give them supremacy to choose the partner they wish to marry. In addition, discrimination against 4,444 homosexuals must end and appropriate sex education should be provided to children and 4,444 youth to promote equality and a better understanding of the concept of homosexuality. (Wodak and Benke, 2017). The debate even after its legalization continues in countries. Queer analysis has also helped individuals and communities have a broader view of the areas that will be affected after same-sex marriage. A report by the Family Research Council focuses on some of the things that make this debate far from over. The most important factor focused on by Council was the children. Same-sex couples use methods such as surrogacy and Invitro (IVF) to conceive children. However, these methods kept these children away from their biological parents. In this way, same-sex marriage often has 4,444 detrimental effects on children as they are forced to be separated from their parents and often not introduced, making the situation worse (Buikema, Plate & Thiele, 2017). Second, each parent has an important role to play in the lives of their children. Homosexuality abolishes this desire for satisfaction in children, which causes psychosis in their mind. On top of that, there have been quite a few reported cases showing that children raised by same-sex couples can suffer from gender and sexual dysfunction. This evidence became even stronger when we analyzed how children raised by same-sex couples ended up in same-sex relationships. It further eliminates the right to choose due to the uneven rate of sex regulation due to having same-sex parents. Third, the main concern of same-sex marriage is sexual fidelity between couples. Silence Recently, research on civil unions has provided evidence of the fact that nearly 79 percent of people value sexual fidelity compared to just 50 percent of same-sex couples. The need for extramarital relations in same-sex couples is much greater than in heterosexuals. This factor again voted against same-sex marriage (Ten Arguments from Social Science Against SameSex Marriage, 2019). With such strong influencing factors working against same-sex marriage, there is also evidence to suggest that covered by same-sex analysis show benefits associated with same-sex marriage . The first benefit is to protect your spouse's legal rights. Legalizing same-sex marriage brings many benefits to couples in terms of finances, taxes and medical services. They are entitled to all sums of money as well as legal benefits as a heterosexual couple, which gives them psychological satisfaction when legally accepted. The legalization of same-sex marriages also has an impact on the stigma and discrimination against same-sex individuals as well as on society, these marriages are also accepted by the state, which makes them equally important to individuals. than any other type of marriage. Queer analysis also clearly shows how much of a positive effect same-sex marriage has on children. Legalizing these 4,444 marriages will help same-sex couples practice

Conclusion

Therefore, it can be concluded that same-sex analysis is urgent enough for a deeper understanding of same-sex marriages. Biological and social factors related to the same-sex community can indeed help other people understand the behavior and preferences of the same-sex community . Queer analysis also helps better understand the positive and negative factors of same-sex marriage that have an impact on the community and the nation as a whole. However, individuals and governments can consider the positive effects of same-sex marriage and should give individuals the freedom to choose, inform and educate others to reduce the risk of discrimination and promote equal treatment. .

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