X hits on this document

PDF document

REGISTERED NURSES’ ATTITUDES TOWARD THE PROTECTION OF GAYS AND - page 12 / 161

454 views

0 shares

0 downloads

0 comments

12 / 161

2001; Morrow, 2001; Poindexter, The Stonewall Inn was a gay bar New York City. In the 1960’s, p arrested the patrons; but on th the police arrived to raid the acquiescing, the bar patrons re the next three days (Morrow, 20

This event was perhaps mos culture because it was the firs submissive in the attacks again actively resistant to instituti (Morrow, 2001). Before this his research has provided support f lesbians felt a sense of isolat

Data and research utilizin homosexuality was not available

1997; Weiss & Schill in the Greenwich Vil olice often raided ga e night of June 27, 1 Stonewall Inn, instea taliated and rioting 01). t significant to gay t time gays and lesbi st them; instead, the onalized antigay viol toric event, between or the belief that ga ion (Morrow, 2001). g the scientific meth

at that time. Scient

er, 1988). lage area of y bars and 969, when d of ensued for

and lesbian ans were not y were ence 1920-1960, ys and

od about ific inquiry

regarding sexual lesbians and gay there was scarce meeting of other historic sources

orientation and the psychological wellbeing of men was in its earliest stages of development; opportunity for social support and for the gays and lesbians (Morrow, 2001). While are discussed later, it is vital to explore

current social policy discrimination issues.

Societal prejudices have equated to discriminatory practices within state and federal judiciary systems and public policy drafting. Although repealed through a Federal Supreme Court decision in November of 2003, private consensual sexual acts between members of the same-sex were criminalized in some

2

Document info
Document views454
Page views454
Page last viewedFri Dec 09 08:43:11 UTC 2016
Pages161
Paragraphs2400
Words29225

Comments