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    The Battle Against Bullying For Sexual Orientation in America
    Task 1-Someone who suffered sexual orientation inequality-Emma Duquet
    Billy Hanna is a 15-year-old teen who suffered from bullying because of his sexual orientation. The bullying led to his suicide, although he did not classify himself as being homosexual. The teenager was found hanging in a family barn on a sad Thursday night. Billy Hanna attended Greensburg Community High School in Indiana, where he was harassed for years even through Middle School. One of Billy’s friend, Dillen Swango who was an eyewitness to the harassment Billy endured said “People would call him ‘fag’ and stuff like that, just to make fun of him because he’s different basically.” (Williams, Steve.) Billy was one of numerous students bullied at that particular school although the Principle of the establishment Phil Chapple stated “He didn’t know Billy was one of the victims.” (Williams, Steve.) To prevent more students from being tormented by other schoolmates, Greensburg Community High School installed a system where kids can come in to talk to counselors about their situation. Billy had been teased, almost tortured about his sexual preference, to the point where he received violent threats from classmates. Another tragic example of what Billy was going through is the day of his death “Some students told him to kill himself.” (Williams, Steve.) According to the article, Billy was an easy target because he made a very slight effort to fight agains the bullies. Billy’s story can now only help prevent future tragedies from happening. It can also give school’s a reminder to act if any type of bullying is going on in the establishment. Billy’s experience was horrifying. Although this article was written to raise awareness of bullied teens because of their sexual orientation. It was also written the hopes of someone like Billy reading it, and knowing they're not alone and there are people out there to help them.
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    The red ball is the odd one out, just like Billy was at his school.
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    Just like Billy was, this student is being harassed.
    Works Cited:
    Almeida, Helder. “Teenager Student With Fear At His School.” Digital image. Shutterstock.com. N.p. Web. 3 Nov. 2010.
    MarkLim81. “Odd One Out.” Digital image. Earlychildcare.wordpress.com. N.p. Web. 3 Nov. 2010.
    Williams, Steve. “Bullied Indiana Teen Commits Suicide.” Care2.com. n.d. N.p. Web. 3 Nov. 2010.

    Task 2- A person who fights against sexual orientation inequlity-Josh Fontaine
    Henry Hay was a life long outspoken advocate for gay and lesbian causes and rights. Herny Hay created the Mattachine Society, a society of gay men to help other gay men in the modern day. The Mattachine Society name comes from a group of preformers that were in the Mattachine group to help spread important crucial information to the closeted people of France during the 13th and 15th century. Henry Hay outlines his hopes for the world as he states, “I hoped such a society of modern homosexual men, living in disguise in twentieth century America, could do similarly for us oppressed Queers” (Henry Hay). Henry Hay was a very dedicated man to his crafts and causes by learning the best way to organize his foundation of his society; “The Communists Party taught Hay every possible organizing technique” (Henry Hay). This shows the determination and dedication to his own work to make it the best organization as can be. Henry Hay was involved with a plethora of other gay and lesbian rights supporting groups, and trying to influence as many lives as he could. “With Hay, the Radical Faeries, Nambla, Act Up, The American Civil Liberties Union and a vast assemblage of demonstrators marched from the original Stonewall site to Central Park” (Henry Hay). Hay has a remarkable impact on what we now have as support for gay rights in the US today.
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    The Battle Against Bullying For Sexual Orientation in America
    about the issue
    Global Issues In Context:Gay, Lesbian, and Transgender Rights
    Global Issues In Context: Hate Crimes
    Topic: Sexual Orientation Inequality
    Region: United States
    TASKS:
    1-Emma
    2-Josh
    3-Vanessa and Gigi
    4-Group Task
    5-Jillian
    Task 1-Someone who suffered sexual orientation inequality-Emma Duquet
    Task 1-Emma
    http://www.care2.com/causes/education/blog/bullied-indiana-teen-commits-suicide/
    Task 2-Josh
    2- A person who fights against sexual orientation inequlity-Josh Fontaine
    Henry Hay was a life long outspoken advocate for gay and lesbian causes and rights. Herny Hay created the Mattachine Society, a society of gay men to help other gay men in the modern day. The Mattachine Society name comes from a group of preformers that were in the Mattachine group to help spread important crucial information to the closeted people of France during the 13th and 15th century. Henry Hay outlines his hopes for the world as he states, “I hoped such a society of modern homosexual men, living in disguise in twentieth century America, could do similarly for us oppressed Queers” (Henry Hay). Henry Hay was a very dedicated man to his crafts and causes by learning the best way to organize his foundation of his society; “The Communists Party taught Hay every possible organizing technique” (Henry Hay). This shows the determination and dedication to his own work to make it the best organization as can be. Henry Hay was involved with a plethora of other gay and lesbian rights supporting groups, and trying to influence as many lives as he could. “With Hay, the Radical Faeries, Nambla, Act Up, The American Civil Liberties Union and a vast assemblage of demonstrators marched from the original Stonewall site to Central Park” (Henry Hay). Hay has a remarkable impact on what we now have as support for gay rights in the US today.
    {http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/4/48/San_Francisco_pro_gay_marriage_protest.jpg/800px-San_Francisco_pro_gay_marriage_protest.jpg} A group fighting for gay marriage rights
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    “Equal Rights It's the Law.” Photograph. 26 November 2006. Equality Commission. N.p. Web. 29 October 2010.
    “Women's Rights Prize.” Photograph. 13 September 2006. Science in Public. Peter Gruber Foundation. Web. 1 November 2010.
    Task 4- GroupWays to alleviate sexual orientation inequality-Group Task
    We will help fight against Sexual Orientaion Inequality with these six steps.
    1).To show support: We all will participate in our schools ally week. We will dress according to the colored days to show that we support Gay Lesbians Bisexual Trans Genders.
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