How New Laws Have Effected the LGBT Population

LGBT rights are something that have been debated for years. Now a day, some states are giving this population more rights, but who has it really helped?

It has been rumored that the laws passed to help the LGBT populating only help the L and G part of it. But what is left for the B and T side of it? There are people that say that they are being neglected and that they are being forgotten.  The laws that are effective that give this population the same rights as everyone else have been shown to neglect the bi sexual and transgender population.

They have been denied employment, housing, even proper health care. These people are constantly being verbally abused, and they can’t do anything about it, except let it happen. There have been cases that state that some LGBT couples lose their children because of the sexual orientation of the parents. For example, if a woman has a baby with a man and later marries another woman, there is a chance that full custody goes to the father due to unstable living environments.

Another problem being that lesbian women have been raped in acts of discrimination and hatred. The LGBT population have had to get used to horrible things such as death threats, especially when campaigning for the same human rights everyone else is entitled to. There have been cases, rarely, that show that they are executed by the state due to their sexual orientation.

So at the end of all these campaigns and movements, who has really been effected by the laws that are supposed to “humanize” the LGBT population. In some states it does benefit them, but in most states they are neglected and shown hatred for loving who they want.

LGBT rights are something that have been debated for years. Now a day, some states are giving this population more rights, but who has it really helped?

It has been rumored that the laws passed to help the LGBT populating only help the L and G part of it. But what is left for the B and T side of it? There are people that say that they are being neglected and that they are being forgotten.  The laws that are effective that give this population the same rights as everyone else have been shown to neglect the bi sexual and transgender population.

They have been denied employment, housing, even proper health care. These people are constantly being verbally abused, and they can’t do anything about it, except let it happen. There have been cases that state that some LGBT couples lose their children because of the sexual orientation of the parents. For example, if a woman has a baby with a man and later marries another woman, there is a chance that full custody goes to the father due to unstable living environments.

Another problem being that lesbian women have been raped in acts of discrimination and hatred. The LGBT population have had to get used to horrible things such as death threats, especially when campaigning for the same human rights everyone else is entitled to. There have been cases, rarely, that show that they are executed by the state due to their sexual orientation.

So at the end of all these campaigns and movements, who has really been effected by the laws that are supposed to “humanize” the LGBT population. In some states it does benefit them, but in most states they are neglected and shown hatred for loving who they want.