Essay about Human Rights Are for All Humans

1477 Words Dec 21st, 2013 6 Pages
Human Rights Are for All Humans
“America the brave still fears what we don’t know.” A loud and clear lyric from the song “Same Love,” produced by Ryan Lewis and performed by song artists: Macklemore and Mary Lambert. “Same Love” brings me to tears almost every time I hear it. This song has strong emotional pull and logical appeal in favor of gay and lesbian rights and equality. This is the fourth single released by rapper Macklemore and producer Ryan Lewis and one of many to hit a platinum status for the popularity and amount of sales in multiple countries, making it obvious that this single had caught the attention of the world. Singer and songwriter Mary Lambert is featured on the song in celebration of gay and lesbian rights based
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No one has ever said to my son that his aunt has a girlfriend instead of a boyfriend because she likes to keep her room clean. That is the absurd relevance of stereotyping. Macklemore also presents his reasoning for concluding that he was not gay, is the fact that he was good at little league. Not having athletic ability is another impossible characteristic of classification of gay and lesbian people. Again my younger sisters are prime examples of how society cannot fit people into the gay stereotype. Jessica is a twenty-year old senior at Texas Lutheran University with a scholarship for volleyball, a scholarship for softball, and an academic scholarship. Jess is starting graduate school next semester and will continue on to her doctorate in the field of sports medicine. Needless to say she is very good at sports and she is lesbian. My youngest sister Jennifer also attends Texas Lutheran University and has a band scholarship, an academic scholarship, and a softball scholarship. Jennifer is more artistic; she draws very well and has taught herself to play and master more than six instruments. Jennifer is straight. In order for the absurd stereotypes of gay and lesbian people to be remotely true characteristics, then my sisters would have to be the only exceptions in the entire world. The probability of that is not highly likely. By stating that the ideas he reasoned with were all stereotypes, Macklemore shows absurdity of how society portrays characteristics of

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