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Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity

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In conclusion, Sexual orientation and sexual identity are very important aspects of human Sexual behavior. It’s very important to scientifically research these individuals to give people a better understanding of people who identify as Lesbian, Bisexual, Gay or Transgendered since discrimination is prevalent to people of the LGBTQ community. While sex and sexual behavior topics remains difficult to discuss for many, the need to have mature discussions about all of these topics will only increase over time and even though discrimination is a constant problem for the LGBT community, the progression of LGBT acceptance from society in these past years shows that equality for these individuals is accessible, possibly in the near future.

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