“If a man hasn’t discovered something that he will die for, he isn’t fit to live.” In Western society, death is seen as the end of a person’s life. It is feared by most; but accepted. In William Shakespeare’s play Hamlet death infiltrates the story line as the main character is completely obsessed with the idea of death and therefore it is used to encourage audiences to question and explore it’s real meaning. Good Morning Ladies and Gentlemen of the Shakespearian World Congress, my name is Juliet Kaiser and I will be outlining why Hamlet is still relevant to Contemporary Western Society. Just deaf not rude It was an extremely typically practice in the Elizabethan Age for audiences to be positioned by play writers to consider and contemplate the theme of death and the afterlife, similar to texts produced for contemporary audiences. Elizabethan audiences and William… Today more than ever companies are changing the way gays, lesbians, and transgender individuals are treated in the work place. Companies are adopting non-discriminating policies, starting to give more benefits and other practices that include GLBT in the workplace. In 2002, the first Human Rights Campaign Foundation Corporate Equality Index rated employers strictly on seven criteria, which remain the basis for today’s rating system.
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The original criteria were guided in part by the Equality Principles, 10 touch points for businesses demonstrating their commitment to equal treatment of employees, consumers and investors, irrespective of their sexual orientation or gender identity and expression. Just 13 businesses received perfect They seek equal benefits for GLBT employees and their families. Employers compensate employees through more than just wages and salary by providing benefits such as health insurance and dental care. The traditional benefits structure includes an employee’s opposite-sex spouse and children. Just deaf not rude An ever-growing number of employers, including the majority of Fortune 500 companies, further extend these benefits to GLBT employees and their families by including an employee’s same-sex partner and the partner’s children. In 1982, the Village Voice, a weekly New York newspaper, became the first employer to offer domestic partner benefis to its employees’ same sex parter.
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“Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” – the current U.S. policy on gays in the military – is the only law in the country that forces people to be dishonest about their personal lives or be fired or possibly imprisoned. Just deaf not rude Countless gay, lesbian and bisexual Americans have and will continue to serve in the U.S. military with distinction. The only question is whether they will have to lie about their sexual orientation to do so. Since enactment of the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy, numerous gay and lesbian troops have served openly while pending discharge with no effect on unit performance, readiness, cohesion or morale. Moreover, U.S. military personnel are already serving side-by-side with openly gay service members – with no Whether it is gender, sexuality, or discrimination they are all hot topics that are going on right now in mostly every country. What is gender, sexuality, or discrimination? Gender is the range of characteristics pertaining to, and the difference between masculinity and femininity or men and women. Gender is based on social and cultural expectations rather than on physical traits. Sexuality is about the sexual feelings, and attractions a person feels towards another person. Discrimination on the other hand is the action that denies a person’s rights based on prejudice, race, gender, or sexuality.