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INTRODUCTION
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TROYE SIVAN
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5 LOVE, SIMON

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SEXUAL
ORIENTATION

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I BLOOM, JUST FOR YOU

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SUMMARY
BORN THIS
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13 THIS YEAR 2019

WEAR YOUR COLORS14

16 WORD OF WISDOM

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- FEATURED STORIES
- NEXT 30 YEARS

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INSPIRATIONAL

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sexual orientation...

Take a seat...
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“There will not be a magic day when we


wake up and it’s now okay to express
ourselves publicly. We make that day by
doing things publicly until it’s simply
the way things are.”
- TAMMY BALDWIN // FIRST OPENLY GAY U.S. SENATOR

General Informations...
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S exual orientation refers to sexual and ro-
mantic feelings for people of the same
gender, a different gender, or more than one
the same gender or more than one gender
and sometimes act on those attractions. Se-
xual orientation can also change over time for
gender. People who identify their sexual orien- some people. For example, a person might be
tation as “straight” or “heterosexual” typically attracted only to people of the same gender
feel attracted to people of a different gender as themselves, and then later be attracted to
than themselves. People who identify as “les- more than one gender. This is normal! It just
bian” or “gay” typically feel attracted to people means that sexual orientation is complicated
of the same gender as themselves. People for some people.

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who identify as “bisexual” typically feel attrac-
ted to more than one gender, such as being at- eople usually know their sexual orienta-
tracted to both women and men. “Pansexual” tion based on how they feel romantically
is a term used by people who feel attracted or sexually toward other people over time. For 3
to more than one gender and feel that other example, people who have repeated crushes
terms don’t include people who are transgen- and/or pleasurable body experiences with
der and gender nonconforming (people who people of the same gender as themsel-
have a gender identity or gender expression ves, but have no crushes or pleasurable ex-
that doesn’t match their sex assigned at bir- periences with people of a different gender
th). People who use the term “queer” may use than themselves may identify themselves as
it to mean lesbian, gay, bisexual, or pansexual, “gay” or “lesbian” at some point. However, ha-
or they may use it because other terms don’t ving one or even a few romantic or sexual ex-
quite describe their experiences. periences with someone of the same gender

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does not automatically make you lesbian, gay,
ome people might identify their sexual or bisexual. Sometimes it takes a long time to
orientation one way, but experience at- understand our sexual and romantic feelings
tractions that don’t match the label they are and how our bodies react to other people.
using. For example, a person might identi-
fy as “straight,” but feel attracted to people of
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wrong with you
there’s nothing
JERWIN BONCALES

You’ll see them everywhere, proud people who


are always friendly and funny. They are usually
loud which makes them the cornerstone of
friendships. They make us happy in days of
sorrows and help us ascend from the ground of
darkness to the heaven of laughter. But behind 4
that kind face lies the deep hole cause by dis-
crimination that act as a shackles that restrain
their freedom and ruin their potentially happy
and productive life. And yet, they still fill our
hearts with joy through witty jokes and jocose
movements. So,who are they?
The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender,
Queer Community or commonly known as the
LGBTQ Community are group of people that
their gender identity is different to their sex,
that their psychological definition of whether
they are male or female is distinct to what their
biological features told them.

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The LGBTQ community comprises But at the end of the day, they are
more than 10 million adults and con- also humans. The same species
tinuously increasing as more peo- that sprout from the lineage of ge-
ple feel more comfortable “coming nus Homo. The same people who
out”. But coming out also means pu- heroes protected and who inspires
tting your life into the sea of insults law makers to formulate policies to
and mocks. protect human welfare and society.
According to They are not different from us, even
creditdonkey. “There’s nothing our genes tell us that. They have the
com statistics wrong with loving right to choose and decide for them-
that 1 of every selves, and we must respect that for
4 LGBT peo- who you are” the peace and stability of humanity.
ple undergo- She said, “’Cause
ne some type They are just people who showed 5
he made you
of discrimina- what they feel and what they are so
tion over their perfect, babe” there”s nothing wrong with them.
lifetime and as “So hold your They are still part of our society, they
many as 30% head up girl and still need LOVE, CARE and
of transgen- RIGHTS to receive everyday.
der have re- you’ll go far,
ported some type of discrimination
including being fired or not getting
promoted because of their sexual
identify.

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Many people are guilty of discrimina- What more can be done? Before answe-
tion against LGBT youths, whether cons- ring those questions, I will start by addres-
ciously or unconsciously. LGBT youths are sing the types of discrimination that LGBT
JULIANA MAE ABANADOR
faced with daily discrimination from socie- youths are faced with.
ty, peers, family and even school teachers
“Don’t hide yourself in
regret and administrations. The above statistics We never imagined how immensely affec-
Just love yourself and not only show that LGBT youths lack su- ted LGBT youths were by discrimination.
you’re set pport and guidance but also prove how It is awful what they go through and how
You are on the right track”
much these youths are clearly affected, most people are clueless or even careless
in more ways than one, by discrimination. about what these youths endure. LGBT
Cole (2007) mentions that there is a higher youths are faced with discrimination, tortu-
ALJAY LOVENDINO
rate of abuse, neglect, and discrimination re, and sometimes even execution becau-
“Well, I see skies of blue and I against LGBT youths than straight youths. se of who they love, how they look, or who
see clouds of white
we believe that most parents would prefer they are. We believe that sexual orientation 6
And the brightness of day
that is YOU” their children to be straight than to be gay, and gender identity are integral aspects of
and most school officials also prefer straight ourselves and should never lead to discri-
students over gay students. This preferen- mination or abuse. Doing this research not
ce could be a contributing factor in discrimi- only made me realize the intense discri-
LYMAR ABELLO nation against LGBT youths. This paper will mination suffered by LGBT youths but also
“There’s nothing wrong with
hopefully capture the attention of parents had an impact on us. This research we”-
you. There’s a lot wrong with and schools and perhaps help modify their ve madewant to advocate for more laws
the world you live in.”
outlook on LGBT youths. Fundamentally, I and policies to help protect LGBT youths.
will attempt to answer the following ques- We have gained a ton of information and
tions throughout the paper: What are the knowledge during this process. However,
effects of discrimination against LGBT you- if our readers obtain half of the valuable in-
ths? What is the role of the parents? What formation that We have obtained, we know
is the role of the schools? How can paren- that we have accomplished our task.
ts and schools work together to help mini-
mize discrimination against LGBT youths?
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