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Tes erreurs sont les mots qui sont barrés dans ton texte et les corrections sont celles qui sont soulignées en gras. Ton texte est bien mais il est beaucoup trop court (3:28 minutes au lieu de 5!) et ton oral est correct.

Tu aurais eu environ 6/10 pour cette partie de l'oral.

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

"existed for century now" =} "existed for centuries now"

"homosexuality has change enormously" =} "homosexuality has changed enormously"

"nickname "gay cancer" at the time =} "nicknamed "gay cancer" at the time

"In the second 19th century, homosexuals were raped or even shoot by the police" =} "In the 1900s(nineteen hundreds), homosexuals were raped or even shot by the police"

11 country =} "11 countries

"Its acceptance in society has evolve considerably" =} "Its acceptance in society has evolved considerably"

Attention à la prononciation de certains mots comme : "societies", " orientation", "considered", "over", "AIDS", "know", "real", "society", "now", "though", "considered", "also".

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The idea of progress

Homophobia has existed for centuries now. The vision that different societies have of homosexuality has changed enormously, it has evolved even if today some people still do not accept this sexual orientation. At the time, homosexuality was considered a disease. We will then respond to the following problem problem-question : How, over the years, has the acceptance of homosexuals evolved? We will first talk about AIDS, the "cancer of gays", and in the second part we will show how homophobia has been increasingly accepted in the world, even if it is still very difficult for gays.

In the 1960s, Americans considered homosexuality a more dangerous disease for society than abortion or even prostitution. Even before we knew the real causes of the appearance of AIDS, nicknamed "gay cancer" at the time, homosexuality was considered a disease that aimed to punish people for being homosexual because a majority of the people affected by this disease were homosexual, half of them. It was believed that AIDS was not transmitted through the skin, so it was called the "pink plague".

Moreover, despite the fact that homosexuals have become better integrated into society over time, they still find it very difficult to be accepted. In the 1900s, homosexuals were raped or even shot by the police or even any individual. At the time, this was not punishable by law. Now people who persecute the because they are homophobic are locked up for many years. Even though several countries have allowed same-sex marriage, 11 countries in the world still condemn homosexuality through torture or even the death penalty.

In conclusion, homosexuality was initially considered a very dangerous disease. Its acceptance in society has evolved considerably, even though some countries still condemn homosexuals to death. Its acceptance depends on countries, societies but also on religions.

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