SEXUAL ORIENTATION

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SEXUAL ORIENTATION by Mind Map: SEXUAL  ORIENTATION

1. HOMOSEXUAL

1.1. A person who is sexually attracted to people of the same sex or same gender, and not to the opposite sex and gender. It means, boy like boy and girl like girl.

2. HETEROSEXUAL

2.1. Heterosexual person is who attracted in the opposite sex. Like boy like girl and girl like boy.

3. SEXUAL ORIENTATION DISCRIMINATION

3.1. Treated differently because your sexual orientation.

3.2. Direct Discrimination

3.2.1. Mean that you have been treated unfairly by someone simply because of who you are, who someone think you are and someone who you are with.

3.2.1.1. Direct discrimination can cause by: age, gender, sex, sexuality, marriage,...

3.2.1.1.1. For example: You’re a saleswoman and you inform your employer that you want to spend the rest of your life living as a man. As a result of this, you’re moved to a role without client contact against your wishes. This is less favourable treatment because of gender reassignment. It would still be less favourable treatment even if your employer were to increase you salary to make up for the loss of job status.

3.3. Indirect Discrimination

3.3.1. Is when there's a practice, policy or a rule which applies to everyone in the same way, but it has a worse effect on some people than others.

3.3.1.1. For example: A health club only accepts customers who are on the electoral register. This applies to all customers in the same way. But Gypsies and Travellers are less likely to be on the electoral register and therefore they’ll find it more difficult to join.

4. BISEXUAL

4.1. Being attracted to people of the same gender as yourself or different genders. Bisexual person is who like both man and woman.

5. ASEXUAL

5.1. Without sex or sex organs and having interest in sexual relationships. Asexual person is who don't attracted in boy or girl and don't care about sex.

6. EVIDENCE THAT DISCRIMINATION AGAINST NON-HERTEROSEXUAL BASE ON THEIR SEXUAL ORIENTATION

6.1. On June 16th, 2016. There was a gun violence in the homosexual club in Orlando, Florida. This gun shot made 50 people died and 53 injured. And the crime is Omar Mateen, 29 years old and he was killed. https://www.nytimes.com/2016/06/13/us/orlando-nightclub-shooting.html

6.2. Rapport annuel de SOS-Homophobie (Annual Reports on homophobia in France), www.sos-homophobie.org/index.php?menu=4&menu_option=42 These reports compile the complaints and cases of homophobia received by the organization SOS-Homophobie every year in France. These include testimonies of discrimination in goods and services, in public spaces, at school, with the police, in sports and leisure activity, in health care. SOS-Homophobie has been producing these reports annually since 2000.

6.3. In 2013, Musab Mohammed Masmari burned the bar club of gay in Capitol Seattle at the the new year night. https://www.fbi.gov/contact-us/field-offices/seattle/news/press-releases/man-who-set-fire-to-neighbours-nightclub-on-new-years-eve-pleads-guilty-to-federal-arson-charge

7. REASON WHY NON-HETEROSEXUAL PEOPLE ARE DISCRIMINATED AGAINST.

7.1. Now, society still has lots of homophobic, who is discriminate non-heterosexual people. Homophobia is a fear or dislike of homosexual people. And homophobic think that homosexual people should be destroyed. The society relies on the basic structure which requires a male female sexual interaction for survival. And homophobic think that homosexual people is It is unnatural, against the laws of nature, Homosexuals are mentally ill, they can cause harm, they set bad examples for kids, and finally God did not make a man to be this way as in the bible is written that those who are not attracted to the opposite gender is considered a sinful person

7.2. Non-herterosexual participants reported more acute mental health symptoms than heterosexual people and their general mental health also was poorer. Non-herterosexual people more frequently reported acute physical symptoms and chronic conditions than heterosexual people. Differences in smoking, alcohol use, and drug use were less prominent.

8. PHYSICAL HEALTH

9. MENTAL HEALTH

9.1. discrimination create a hostile and stressful social environment that causes mental health problems. The model describes stress processes, including the experience of prejudice events, expectations of rejection, hiding and concealing, internalized homophobia, and ameliorative coping processes.

10. EMOTIONAL HEALTH

10.1. Emotion will depend on the way you feel. So discrimination will makes you feel sad, feel bad about yourself and everything around you. So you won't express happy emotion out.

11. SOCIAL HEALTH

11.1. Discrimination will make you feel bad about yourself, makes you feel depress, nervous, to come out with the social. You'll isolated yourself from others.

12. SPIRITUAL HEALTH

12.1. You tend to avoid going to religious places or people who will keep telling you over and over again that your sexuality is a sin and you're possessed by a demon, bla bla bla. You would isolate yourself and avoid talking to people and do religious things.

13. HOW TO REDUCE DISCRIMINATION

13.1. Explain to homophobic, that non-herterosexual is not bad, it's normal.

13.2. If you are homophobic, try to sympathy with non-herterosexual.

13.3. Explain to homophobic that society has progressed, lots of nation agree with non-herterosexual, so think something new.

14. Citation

14.1. 2018, https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/15538605.2015.1029204?src=recsys&journalCode=wlco20. Accessed 1 May 2018.

14.2. http://www.apa.org. (2018). Discrimination Against Homosexuals. [online] Available at: http://www.apa.org/about/policy/discrimination.aspx [Accessed 1 May 2018].

14.3. "Man Who Set Fire To Neighbors Nightclub On New Year’S Eve Pleads Guilty To Federal Arson Charge". Federal Bureau Of Investigation, 2018, https://www.fbi.gov/contact-us/field-offices/seattle/news/press-releases/man-who-set-fire-to-neighbours-nightclub-on-new-years-eve-pleads-guilty-to-federal-arson-charge. Accessed 1 May 2018.

14.4. Pérez-Peña, Lizette. "Orlando Gunman Attacks Gay Nightclub, Leaving 50 Dead". Nytimes.Com, 2018, https://www.nytimes.com/2016/06/13/us/orlando-nightclub-shooting.html. Accessed 1 May 2018.

14.5. "Indirect Discrimination". Citizensadvice.Org.Uk, 2018, https://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/law-and-courts/discrimination/what-are-the-different-types-of-discrimination/indirect-discrimination/. Accessed 1 May 2018.

14.6. 2018, https://www.hrw.org/report/2016/12/07/walking-through-hailstorm/discrimination-against-lgbt-youth-us-schools. Accessed 1 May 2018.