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

"countries condemn homosexual relations for prison terms =} "countries condemn homosexual relations through prison terms

Attention à la prononciation du mot "thought"

Il faut bien prononcer les "s" à la 3ème pers. au singulier,…

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The vision of homosexuality before and now

In the film, one of the main characters is fired from his job because he is homosexual, today it seems unreal but it was common at the time. So, we will see the difference between the vision of homosexuality before and now.

But what is the homophobia ?

Homophobia refers to expressions of contempt, rejection or hatred towards people or practices or representations of homosexuality or those supposed to be homosexual. Any organization or individual who rejects homosexuality and homosexuals and does not recognize them the same rights as heterosexuals, as defined by SOS Homophobia, is homophobic.

Until 1990, homosexuality was considered as a mental illness by the World Health Organization. We have an exemple example of homophobia in the 1993's 1993 film Philadelphia with Tom Hanks and Denzel Washington, in this film Tom play an plays a homosexuel which who contracted aids, he was fired of from his job for it and we can see that at this time it was common.

Before, homosexuality was frowned upon by the majority of people. Employers refused homsexuals jobs and therefore they found themselves without jobs. Homosexuality was frowned upon because it was synonymous with AIDS and since people were misinformed, they thought it would be transmited could be transmitted.

Even a big lawyer could be fired, it was only à problem of homophobia

Homosexuality was not removed until 1990 from the international list of mental illnesses by the World Health Organization (WHO). Even today, 72 out of 194 countries condemn homosexual relations through prison terms, forced labor or even torture. In thirteen countries, homosexuality is even still punishable by the death penalty. Conversely, many countries have adopted laws which protect against discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation. 22 countries have legalized the marriage of homosexual couples.

Now with advances in medicine, we know that the disease (AIDS) can only be transmitted through sex. Homophobia has therefore decreased, homosexuals are protected by law, they have the right to marry, and can exercise trades do any type of job they want. Before peoples people were afraid of them because they don't knew it didn't understand them . But even now there is are some countries where homophobia still exists because of the religion or simply the people are misinformed peoples

To conclude, on we can remark that mentalities have evolved and allow homosexual people to have more rights

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