Infographic–The Reason Why The LGBT Will Never Get Equality We Think They Deserve

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Infographic–The Reason Why The LGBT Will Never Get Equality We Think They Deserve

 

As a gay man, I have been so acquainted with the terms “equality” and “community” at such a very young age. But reaching adult, I can finally see why how these terms are used on and on but will never reach its full realization. Why? Because as part of the LGBT group, it is better to use these terms than showing that it can be achieved right in front of our own misconstrued definitions.

 

Let’s define these terms first.

 

Social equality is a state of affairs in which all people within a specific society or isolated group have the same status in certain respects, often including civil rights, freedom of speech, property rights, and equal access to social goods and services.

 

On the other hand, we define community as:

 

A community is a social unit of any size that shares common values. Although embodied or face-to-face communities are usually small, larger or more extended communities such as a national community, international community and virtual community are also studied. In human communities, intent, belief, resources, preferences, needs, risks, and a number of other conditions may be present and common, affecting the identity of the participants and their degree of cohesiveness.

 

Pretty much, these are common words that we have been using to fight for what we believe we think we deserve. But in a quick scrutiny of what we are doing, it is as if L is against the B and against the G and against the T.

 

This is a short yet truthful infographic of what our “community” has been, has become, and will be in the face of equality.

 

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Credits: Pierna Cruzada

So do we really expect the society to look at us as a community without doing what we preach? Let’s think twice.

Infographic–The Reason Why The LGBT Will Never Get Equality We Think They Deserve

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Joemar is the Blogger-In-Chief of BaklaPoAko.Com. He is currently a graduate student in University of the Philippines Open University. He also studied at Maquillage Professionnel School of Makeup Artistry and School of Fashion and the Arts (SoFA). He is a bold advocate of education, environment and LGBT issues. An earner, dreamer and a lover. Before he was once a dream-sprouting seed. Now he's a tree in his renaissance and will always be evergreen. Hear him speak with his intelligent guide for gay news of the Philippines and worldwide, Bakla Po Ako. Confirmed!.Follow him on Twitter @belleza_joemar. Gay it forward!
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Joemar is the Blogger-In-Chief of BaklaPoAko.Com. He is currently a graduate student in University of the Philippines Open University. He also studied at Maquillage Professionnel School of Makeup Artistry and School of Fashion and the Arts (SoFA). He is a bold advocate of education, environment and LGBT issues. An earner, dreamer and a lover. Before he was once a dream-sprouting seed. Now he's a tree in his renaissance and will always be evergreen. Hear him speak with his intelligent guide for gay news of the Philippines and worldwide, Bakla Po Ako. Confirmed!. Follow him on Twitter @belleza_joemar. Gay it forward!

3 Comments

  1. i agree with what the article is all about.
    even sa loob nung LGBT Community, meron at meron pa din discrimination (if its the right term) na nagyayari sa bawat isa.

    i can relate dun sa openly and closeted gay

    ako kasi i am out and proud of who and what i am,.
    and then yung experience ko naman with closeted gays or yung paminta ba? if yun yung tawag sa kanila?
    so yun nga, im bis na we uplift and support each other parang iba pa yung nagyayare.. yung mga closeted gay pa yung nauunang mahiya at mang discriminate sa mga openly gay..
    and nakaka disappoint lang…

    kasi if we really want chance kailangan ng community natin ng strong foundation.para mas solid yung pagpaparating natin ng gusto nating mangyari sa society.,

    if we want change let’s begin from the smallest unit of our community. and it is ourselves .
    kailanagn natin maging mas educated pa tungkol sa mga kapatid nating gays, lesbians, bisexuals and trans… nang sa ganon, mas malinawan pa tayo sa kung ano at sino ba talaga sila bilang isang miyembro ng LGBT COMMUNITY
    para mas maiwasan yung discrimination mismo na nagyayare din sa loob ng LGBT COMMUNITY

    yun lang 🙂 yung nakalagay jan isa from my personal experience and opinion.
    if may mga maling term ako na ginamit, pakitama na lang po ako:) haha salamat 😀

    MORE POWER TO OUR COMMUNITY:D

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