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Tu aurais eu environ 7/10 pour cette partie de l'oral.

A l'oral il y a quelques petites erreurs par rapport au texte :

"they didn't want it to be known, no one knew for fear" =} Certains mots dans cette phrase sont mal prononcés

"they are also very afraid of being rejected by their loved ones" =} "they are also very afraid of being rejected by their loved ones"

1750(one thousand seven hundred and fifty) =} in seventeen-fifty

"Jean Diot and Bruno Lenoir to be killed in France for the crime of homosexuality" =} "Jean Diot and Bruno Lenoir were the last to be killed in France for the crime of homosexuality"

"250 years later, a plaque is installed by the Paris Council in tribute to them" =} Tu n'as pas dit cette phrase

"….a minor aged 19 to 22 was reinstated by order of Marshal PĂ©tain" =} aged 18 to 21 !

May 17 =} May 17th

1983(one thousand nine hundred and eighty-three) =} nineteen eighty-three

"the risk transmit …." =} "the risk transmitted"

"they must continue to evolved in order to make…" =} "they must continue to evolve in order to make…"

Attention Ă  la prononciation de certains mots comme : "defined", "scientific", "all", "alive", "known", "misunderstood", "lives", "indecent", "reprehensible", "crime", "also", "all", "otherwise", "changed", " regarding", "laws", "various", "bi-sexual", "allow", "health", "mental", "April", "blood", "cohesion", "find", "society"

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The idea of progress

I am going to talk about the notion idea of progress. First of all I would like to give a definition of this notion. The idea of progress can be defined as an improvement, a development or a change, a technical, scientific or social advance which contributes to making the world a better place.

In relation to the notion, the subject of my presentation will be about the homophobia.

We may ask ourselves how has homophobia evolved over time in the world ?

My first part will be about homophobia before the year 2000 and my second part will talk about homophobia during the 2000s.

I) homophobia before the year 2000

Firt of all, before the 2000s year 2000 the homosexuality was perceived as a disease, it was misunderstood and pushed people to violence. Homosexuals were killed or even burned alive, they were afraid and they hide went into hiding. They didn't want it to be known no one knew for fear of being misunderstood and putting their lives at risk. They are were also very afraid of being rejected by their loved ones. In Paris in 1750, rue Montorgueil two men were arrested, "in an indecent posture and in a reprehensible manner", Jean Diot and Bruno Lenoir were the last to be killed in France for the crime of homosexuality. 250 years later, a plaque is was installed by the Paris Council in tribute to them. Moreover, under the Vichy regime, the criminal sanction for homosexual acts with a minor aged 18 to 21 was reinstated by order of Marshal PĂ©tain. Police also provided Nazis with list of documents to track homosexuals. All over the world it was considered not normal it was not normal to be homosexual.

II) homophobia during the 2000s **years 2000

Otherwise, during the 2000s years 2000, a lot has changed regarding homophobia. There are laws and rules to follow in certain countries in order to punish the various injustices of which homosexuals are victims. The rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people around the world vary according to national law: some countries now allow same-sex marriage. Another **important thing happened in the late 1990s: the World Health Organization (WHO) removed homosexuality from the list of mental illnesses.

World Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia was created is celebrated on May 17 to commemorate the decision of the WHO on May 17, 1990 to no longer consider homosexuality as a mental illness.

In 2000, associations combating homophobia were authorized to bring a civil action when a crime had been committed "because of the sexual orientation of the victim" and In 2003, homophobic crimes received the same punishment as racist crimes. Further Furthermore , the law 2013-404 was finally adopted on April 23, 2013 governing same-sex marriage in France.

In 2016, the law authorized homosexuals to donate blood, which had been prohibited since 1983, because of the risks of transmission of AIDS. Today in France, associations are fighting to obtain a new right: the opening of medically assisted procreation, MAP, to lesbians.

In conclusion, the rights of homosexuals progress but not the mentalities of people about homosexuals. the homophobic remarks, the insults, the aggressions are always still present. the advancements are well Advances have been made and they must continue to evolve in order to make the world better and in order that there can be a good cohesion and a good harmony so that everyone can find their place in society.

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