Research Papers on AIDS

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  • The Love of Women Presenting A Different Kind of World

    In a paper consisting of five pages Sara Waters' Tipping the Velvet and Colette's The Vagabond are considered in order to represent a woman's love for their world that is able to transcend gender and patriarchal expectations. There are two bibliographic sources cited.

  • Heterosexual Relationships v. Same Sex Relationships

    In seven pages two case studies are applied to an analysis that compares relationships of heterosexual and homosexual couples with an examination of research statistics and findings. Six sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Transsexuals and Their Legal Rights

    In five pages this paper discusses relevant court cases in this discussion of transsexuals and their legal rights. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Arguing Against Parenting by Homosexuals

    In four pages this paper argues against homosexual parenting. Four sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Society, Power, Gender and Sexuality

    In twenty two pages this paper discusses gender conflict, power, and sexuality as they have existed throughout the humankind history. Twenty seven sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Workplace Prejudice and Transsexuals

    In fourteen pages this paper discusses the impact of workplace discrimination upon transsexual employees. Nine sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Summary and Critique of 'Organizing And Activating Effects Of Sex Hormones In Homosexual Transsexuals'

    This is a 2 page paper that considers the many variables and subcategories of transsexuality as researched by van Goozen et al (2002), which traces event progression back to the fetus. There is no bibliography accompanying this paper.

  • Sexuality Regulation

    In four pages this paper discusses how sexuality is defined, regulated and protected by the Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States and the World Association for Sexology. One source is cited in the bibliography.

  • Exploring Transsexuality and its Modern World Implications

    In six pages the argument that insurance should pay for sex change operations as a way of righting a wrong and society should be obligated to treat these individuals with respect are discussed.

  • Justifying Banning Books for Children That Feature Homosexual Parents

    This is a paper containing nine pages that asserts homosexual parents are not able to sufficiently guide heterosexual children or properly tend to their needs and so banning books for children that feature these parenting units is justified. There are ten bibliographic sources cited.

  • The Application of Censorship Principles Banning the Work of Homosexual Writers of Children's Literature

    5 pages and 6 sources. This paper provides an overview of arguments in favor of the censoring of literature written by homosexuals and intended for children and young adults. This paper relates the fact that homosexual content can appear in children's books and gives specific examples of books that have been censored or banned as a result of their content for children.

  • The Homosexual Population and AIDS

    In this paper comprised of six pages the high risk homosexual male population is examined in terms of AIDS frequency with an analysis of data, recommendations, and conclusions presented. There are 5 bibliographic sources listed.

  • Demographics and Homosexual Experiences

    In eleven pages this paper provides a critique and comparative analysis of this topic. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Pros and Cons of Homosexual Parenting

    In nineteen pages this paper examines parenting by homosexuals in a consideration of various pros and cons. Fourteen sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • A Personal Reaction to HIV and AIDS

    The writer answers a series of questions on HIV and AIDS to provide some reflections on the situation with regard to this condition.

  • Overview of AIDS and HIV

    In five pages this paper presents an informational overview of AIDS and the HIV virus in a discussion of transmission methods, symptoms, treatment, and prevention. Three sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Homosexuality and World Religions

    In nine pages this paper considers how homosexuality is viewed by the religions of Islam, Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism, and Hinduism. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Christianity, Social Tolerance & Homosexuality

    A 3 page report on John Boswell’s work Christianity, Social Tolerance & Homosexuality. No additional sources cited.

  • Religious Perspectives on Homosexuality

    In five pages this paper examines the topic of homosexuality from the perspectives of the Jewish and Roman Catholic religions. Four sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Why Same Sex Marriage Should be Legal in the New Millennium

    This 9 page paper examines gay marriage and the various aspects of society it affects. Political, religious and social aspects are discussed. The paper includes several arguments in support of gay marriage. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

  • Gay Marriages - Arguments For and Against

    In a paper of five pages, the writer looks at gay marriage. By removing the moral component from the legal debate, a consensus is reached wherein gay marriage is supported on the grounds of equal access to civil rights. Paper uses six sources.

  • In Opposition to Gay Marriage

    12 pages. 10 sources. This paper provides support for the position of opposition to gay marriages. This paper gives a central argument against gay marriages and uses rhetorical statements to support the opposition to gay marriage.

  • Opposing Laws Against Gay Marriage

    3 pages in length. Man is constantly reinventing itself as a species in order to maintain an ongoing and progressive status; if he were remain idle without benefit of continued growth and advancement as a collective of living beings, he would soon cease to exist. Whether social, political, economic, cultural or technological, progression is the driving force behind the positive nature of change. Why, therefore, is the notion of gay marriage considered so morally offensive that laws must be enacted to prevent it? If there is one thing that reflects man's capacity for progress and change, it is the tolerance to accept gay marriage as a viable alternative to heterosexual unions; to pass judgment by virtue of legal infiltration is for humanity to inequitably pick and choose which aspects of contemporary evolution are recognized based upon nothing more substantial than personal opinion. But perhaps even more importantly is how laws against gay marriage ultimately exist for no other reason than to deprive same-sex couples of equal rights and benefits. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Against Gay Marriage

    This 4 page paper discusses gay marriage and argues that most objections to it are based on the idea that marriage is a sacred rite consecrating a relationship between a man and woman only. It also argues that gay relationships are unstable and cause psychological problems. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Gay Marriage

    5 pages that argue for gay marriages. There are 10 sources.

  • 'Birthright' and Domestic Violence

    In a paper consisting of 5 pages the film Once Were Warriors is considered within the context of domestic violence as a birthright and then offers contrasts and comparisons to actual domestic abuse situations. There are 10 sources cited in the bibliography.

  • Contemporary Society and Lesbian Scientists

    In twelve pages prejudice is one of the issues confronting modern day lesbian scientists in this consideration that also examines science's role. Nine sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Lesbians and Gays Career Counseling

    In eight pages five articles are presented with a synopsis of each as they relate to the career development of lesbians and gays and career counseling. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Homosexuality in the Male From a Clinical Perspective

    Before the modern debate on homosexuality in the male, psychologists considered it primarily a clinical problem. This paper deals primarily with Irving Bieber, a psychoanalyst who studied the issue and discussed it in The View of the Clinician, 14th chapter, Clinical Aspects of Male Homosexuality. His differences with Freud's ideas are discussed and how Freud's work influenced his.This paper has five pages and two sources are listed in the bibliography.

  • Roman Catholic Church and Homosexuality

    In five pages this ppaer examines the issue of homosexuality and the reasons why it remains so steadfastly opposed by the Catholic Church. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • An Emergency Medical Perspective on AIDS

    In a paper consisting of six pages AIDS' causes and treatment are considered with particular emphasis upon the minimal risks to healtchare workers and that despite the significant risk emergency personnel may be exposed to there is a moral, ethical and legal responsibility to treat these patients despite this disease's contagious nature. There are six bibliographic sources cited.

  • Same-Sex Marriage

    A 6 page research paper that discusses public policy on same-sex marriage, which is a divisive public policy issue that continues to divide the nation, as there is no clear consensus on what either federal or state public policy on this issue should be. The following discussion of same-sex marriage draws on current sources in order to ascertain what the state of current public policy on gay and lesbian marriage in regards to courses of action, identification of the major actors and how this relates to "winners" and "losers." Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Same Sex Marriage Argument

    In four pages thw writer argues that the marriages between people of the same sex should be legalized. Two sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Same Sex Marriage

    A 4 page paper which examines both sides to the same sex marriage issue. The paper predominantly argues that same sex marriages should be allowed. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

  • Same-Sex Marriage should be Prohibited

    In a paper of eleven pages, the author addresses the views surrounding homosexual vs. heterosexual marriage. Also included in this essay are reasons as to why same-sex marriage should not be allowed. The writer includes six sources in the paper.

  • Discrimination against LGBT communities in Canada

    In this three page paper the writer looks critically at the article Counter-Hegemonic Citizenship: LGBT Communities and the Politics of Hate Crimes in Canada. There is one source listed in the bibliography.

  • Drag Queens, Gays, and the Popularity of Marilyn Monroe

    In fourteen pages this paper discusses Marilyn Monroe's enduring popularity among drag queens and gay men. Four sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Possible Impact of AIDS on Emergency Medical Technicians

    In a paper consisting of four pages the symptoms of AIDS and ways in which it can affect emergency medical personnel are discussed. There is a bibliography provided with this paper.

  • Notebooks of Melanin Sun

    A 3 page essay that consists of 2 short essays on this novel. The first essay (roughly 1 page) discusses a scene from Jacqueline Woodson's novel Melanin Sun and its meaning in terms of the novel's themes. The second essay (2 pages) discusses the writer's reflections on the book and the writer's personal opinion on LGBTQ sexuality, which argues for tolerance for difference. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

  • AIDS Victims and Social Alienation

    In ten paper this discusses how AIDS sufferers are further victimized by social alienation and negative treatment.

  • "Option Four" By Ramesh Ponnuru: Review

    3 pages in length. Today, in the seventh year of the twenty-first century, the social, economic and moral battle continues to rage over gay marriage - a concept author Ramesh Ponnuru sees as a debate that is missing one pertinent option for a compromising resolution. His article entitled "Option Four: A Compromise on Gay Marriage" strives to illustrate both the soundness and fallibility of each side and ultimately offer a fourth option to the standard three that are routinely rejected. No additional sources cited.

  • Same-Sex Marriage: Redefining Love

    3 pages in length. The twenty-first century global society does not have enough to focus upon while in the midst of politically upheaval besides something that by all rights should concern no one other than the two people involved. The ever-present debate over same-sex marriage illustrates how contemporary social perspectives are not as progressive as many claim they are, but rather reflect a level of judgment and intolerance akin to witch hunts and slavery. To presume same-sex marriage indicates anything other than the desire of two people to legally demonstrate their love is to redefine love upon the myopic basis of what does or does not exist between one's legs, reflecting a perverse - if not wholly erroneous - connection to constitutional rights that simply cannot be validated. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

  • Same-Sex Parenting: Supportive Position

    15 pages in length. Parenting, even under the best circumstances, is a challenging proposition no matter who is undertaking the task. The extent to which children need such aspects as compassion, discipline, love and interaction in order to grow into healthy, well-rounded individuals is both grand and far-reaching; that heterosexual couples claim to be the only pairing from which these characteristics emanate speaks to the blatant disregard for how all human beings - no matter sexual orientation - possess these childrearing traits. Bibliography lists 12 sources.


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