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essay代写-assignment代写-JournalIt is spring time of the year and after spending a lazy afternoon hanging out with a couple friends in the park, I decided to watch a film to add some flavor to my weekend. Since I’m on a diet, I decided to skip dinner so that I can have some popcorn together with some soda to cheer up my evening. For a day like this, I purposely skipped the Hollywood production and tried to find some ethical film so I can have some room to think about my life. After some research, I decided to rent an Oscar nominee film Milk since LGBT right is a hot topic lately.

smiling female college student sitting with classmates

  The film is about two hours long, and I was shocked by the production quality, acting and the fact that the film is directed based on a true event. Many of my friends who are males said even though they are totally ok with Gay people, they still felt a bit annoyed to see two guys kissing each other throughout the film. For me, that was OK; then I got caught up in my mind that what if there are two girls kissing on the screen, would I find that uncomfortable? The truth is that I might.

  This thinking certainly scared me a little bit since I consider myself relative easy-going and I applause the gay right movement a lot since I believe all people are born equal and deep in my heart I think they deserve the same right, but how and why would I find that uncomfortable to see two female kissing each other? The question was in my mind for the entire evening and here is my conclusion. I don’t believe that I am racist or discriminative, but biologically, my brain is not used to see two same gender people doing thing bisexual people would do. The society and I have to realize that this type of uncomfortable behavior exist so that we can work on that as a society to figure out a solution, and that I believe is what a meaningful Sunday afternoon should be like.