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Not everyone and not every culture would take homosexuality with tolerance.
This applies to me because I live in such an environment in which tolerance of others is important, and at the same time discrimination does not yield much benefit in society. In some societies, there are strict restrictions when it comes to gender and social liberties compared to others. This is likely due to how different cultures view homosexuality in line with their traditions and beliefs. The key word in the article of the author is tolerance. Tolerance is what helps develop societies to become more conducive for social harmony and liberty. I agree with the author in the sense that people should not be treated with intolerance for the personal choices they make for their lives when it promotes personal happiness and does not harm others. I live in a society that encourages social liberties to promote happiness and social unity regardless of diversity, so I know the author’s points are worth
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