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法学代写 A Japanese saying states, “The nail that sticks up gets hammered down.” The saying means that one has to act like other people…

Conforming for Cover Up 法学代写

A Japanese saying states, “The nail that sticks up gets hammered down.” The saying means that one has to act like other people and not to show off, or else. The saying aligns well with Yoshino’s essay on covering and the hidden assault on civil rights for the culture of covering and conformity to the social norms (Yoshino p. 556). His article squarely agrees with that of Munoz, “Leave your name at the border” which explore how Mexicans change their names to be accepted in English world which is perceived to be a world of opportunities (Munoz par. 15).

Both Yoshino and Munoz wrote about covering and the cost of covering due to the loss of identity (Yoshino p. 555 and Munoz par. 17). In this regard, covering of self-identity is cost and an assault to the civil right and human autonomy that the law seeks to protect. 法学代写

Since he joined first grade, Zack always had passion for scouts. For twelve years, weekend for him and his family was full of activities including swimming, hiking, riding and going to walks and dinners. But all these activities were not full until Zack do any scouting activity whatever, sewing, searching for racoon, tracking during their hikes, races, and more. His passion for scouts, though, was not full for him living in the cover-up, they asked him to keep quiet.

He was a child of two longtime married lesbians: 法学代写

Trisha, a medical doctor and Jackie, a nurse. Zack was one among the millions of children brought up by same-sex couples in America and around the world. A same-sex parent is a group that has grown tremendously over the last few decades within the LGBT community. Like any other child in this community, Zack had to learn how to cover up for who and what he was and where he comes from. He knew not of the rule that being a gay boy scout leader was not allowed. Although there were many gay scouts and leaders, they kept a low profile because being open about sexual orientation meant being kicked out of the scout organization as a lesson that the organization was not ready to promote gay agenda.

There are numerous examples of the suppressed identities covering and seeking assimilation. To many suppressed identities, fitting becomes the greatest barrier to belonging to the society. Many are trying to fit and adjust to the mainstream life while meeting the expectation of the community hence one is denied the autonomy, freedom. And power to exercise own ideas and stand out as a dignified human. Self-repression can lead to repressing own ideas and capabilities. And hence one become a lost opportunity of a creative mind. 法学代写

According to Yoshino, although everyone covers, there are those who cover for fear of self-expression and the likelihood of facing rejection. People cover for various reason, but some are against the very civil right and human right the constitution seek to protect. According to his argument, some emerging social issues like homosexuality and lesbianism should not be accepted and assimilated for equality but by them being a human right.

Gay people suffer in silence and the cover affect them psychologically and emotionally.

Their potential is suppressed and hence becomes self-destruction effected by the societal system and culture. Additionally, this type of cover affects not only the person involved but also the very fabric of society. The marginalization of nonconformist either by self or others is a cost to the society of trying to fit in. 法学代写


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一句日本谚语说:“钉在钉子上的钉子会被锤打下来。”俗话说的是,一个人必须像其他人一样行事,而不是炫耀。这句话与吉野关于掩盖的文章以及对掩盖和遵守社会规范的文化对民权的隐匿攻击非常吻合(吉野第556页)。他的文章完全与Munoz的文章一致,“将您的名字留在边境”,探讨了墨西哥人如何更改他们的名字以在被视为充满机会的英国世界中被接受(Munoz第15段)。吉野和Munoz都写了关于掩盖和由于失去身份而造成的掩盖的费用(Yoshino第555页和Munoz第17页)。在这方面,掩盖自我身份既是成本,也是对法律寻求保护的民权和人类自治的攻击。
自从加入一年级以来,扎克一直对球探充满热情。十二年来,他和他的家人周末度过了很多活动,包括游泳,远足,骑马以及散步和晚餐。但是所有这些活动都还不完整,直到Zack进行任何侦察活动,包括缝制,寻找浣熊,在他们的远足,比赛等过程中进行跟踪。但是,他对侦察兵的热情还不足以让他生活在掩饰中,他们要求他保持沉默。
他是两个长期结婚的女同性恋者的孩子:医生特丽莎(Trisha)和护士杰基(Jackie)。扎克(Zack)是美国和世界各地由同性伴侣抚养的数百万儿童中的一员。同性父母是过去几十年来在LGBT社区中蓬勃发展的群体。像该社区中的任何其他孩子一样,扎克必须学习如何掩盖自己的身份,身份以及出身。他不知道不允许做同性恋童子军领袖。尽管有很多同性恋侦察员和领导人,但他们保持低调,因为对性取向持开放态度意味着将其赶出侦察员组织,以作为该组织尚未准备好推广同性恋议程的一课。
被抑制身份涵盖并寻求同化的例子有很多。对许多被压抑的身份而言,适应成为加入社会的最大障碍。许多人在满足社区期望的同时努力适应主流生活,因此人们被剥夺了行使自己的思想并作为有尊严的人脱颖而出的自主权,自由和权力。自我压抑会导致压抑自己的思想和能力,因此成为失去创造力的机会。
据吉野说,尽管每个人都掩饰了,但有些人因为害怕自我表达和面对拒绝的可能性而掩饰自己。人们出于各种原因而作出掩盖,但有些人违反了宪法寻求保护的非常公民权利和人权。根据他的论点,同性恋等新出现的社会问题不应该为平等所接受和吸收,而应视为一项人权。同性恋者在沉默中受苦,被掩盖在心理和情感上影响他们。他们的潜力受到抑制,因此受到社会制度和文化的影响而自我毁灭。此外,这种类型的掩盖不仅影响有关人员,而且影响社会的整个结构。自我或他人将不循规蹈矩的边缘化是试图融入社会的代价。

Besides, lack of assimilation of the individuals or groups with certain characters. Or traits is a failure to accord them the same right that is stipulated in the constitution. According to Yoshino, the law protects individuals and groups from any harm of discrimination that is degrading to the human rights and freedom. In this sense, traditional civil rights like race, sexual orientation, religion, and disability are protected by the law. And hence any act that contravenes their enjoyment is deemed against the human rights (Yashiro 558). Covering to conform and fit in the society is against civil rights that are protected in the USA constitution.

Therefore, there exists a relationship between covering and civil rights. Gay people shy away from society to conform and try to fit for acceptance. Every human being should practice autonomy and freedom to choose to the extend the act. And freedom does not infringe on another person’s rights. Thus, having the right of expression protected by the constitution, gay people should uncover their true self. And society should not discriminate them for who they are. That said, any person looking down on a gay person and passing judgement should be aware that the person is exercising a protected civil right. As such, society needs to embrace diversity and assimilate everyone in mainstream life.

 

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Civil Disobedience

In his “Letter from a Birmingham Jail,” Martin Luther King Jr. supported the principal of being a non-conformity to that is unjust. He termed that which uplifts the human personality as just and that which downplay human personality as unjust (King par. 13). He argued that civil disobedient is needed for the laws that are unjust. And degrading to the human rights and dignity (par. 17). Furthermore, he said that, for civil rights to be applied equally, humans have to practice moral law. Which overrides the existence of “law” that is unjust and enacted to please the majority. It is true that being imprisoned for breaking the law. That causes injustice to the marginalized is in a real sense a way of expressing the highest respect for the law.

The King ideology of nonconformity was derived from Thoreau essay on “Civil Disobedience” in 1849.

Thoreau was a nonconformist himself as he believed that the government is there but as an expedient (Thoreau par. 1). He saw the government as a necessary evil and a self-inflicting pain yet essential that people use to keep themselves standing (par. 2). The government is the direction and control exercised over the citizens of a country or members. The government use law engendered by the constitution and protected by the judicial system. According to him, the government is the rule by the majority and cannot be based on justice as mostly they rule only where expediency is applicable.

It is true that men should be guided by a conscience that is innate in humanity. Before any man is subjected to any law, his conscience should be cleared. That is, the obligation to the law should not supersede what is right in the eye of moral judgement. Some laws were made based on the judgement of the majority which tends to be wrong and against the civil rights of the minority. The application of law should apply indiscriminately in cognition of the right for all. Therefore, civil disobedience aimed at creating human rights for all and individual authenticity is by itself adhering to the law. 法学代写

Work Cited

King Jr, Martin Luther. “Letter from Birmingham Jail (1963).” Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm X, and the Civil Rights Struggle of the 1950s and 1960s: A Brief History with Documents (1963).

Muñoz, Manuel. “Leave Your Name At The Border”. Nytimes.Com, 2007, https://www.nytimes.com/2007/08/01/opinion/01iht-edmunoz.1.6936607.html. Accessed 15 Feb 2017.

Thoreau, Henry David. Civil disobedience. Broadview Press, 2016.

Yoshino, Kenji. “Covering: The hidden assault on our human rights.” (2006).

 
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