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美国军事政治公开同性恋案例

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美国军事政治公开同性恋案例
 
美国同性恋

同性恋现象几乎是从人类发展的最早阶段就开始的,同一性别的人与人之间的关系被认为是一种常态或精神障碍,作为一种先天性疾病,是不道德的,甚至需要承担犯罪的最高程度的惩罚。但是在20世纪,同性恋的问题变得非常社会化并被广泛讨论。
 
美利坚合众国作为最民主的发达国家之一,已经成为重要的全球同性恋运动的中心。 同性恋者积极参与政治和社会过程始于20世纪60-70年,当时叛乱和寻找替代传统价值观现象已经变得普遍。 现在,同性恋群绝对离不开现代美国的生活方式。
 
在现代世界中,“时尚”很大程度上意味着宽容和平等,同性恋权利的公共辩论是新世纪的主要科目之一。因此,为了向别人展示他们大众偏见和成见的个人自由,有必要向公众了解同性恋。这种社会态度变化趋势可以表示为:新时代需要的新方法。从这一点看,美国性少数群体的政策是社会政治生活中的重要组成部分,甚至是选举中选举活动平台。 这是可以理解的,同性恋者和其他少数民族一样,支持民主党。这就是为什么民主党和其他支持同性恋的人一样,在平等的基础上,讨论承认少数民族的权利和自由的重要性的原因。
 
Case For Open Homosexuality In United States Military 
 
美国同性恋-Homosexuality in the USA
 
The phenomenon of homosexuality is known almost from the earliest stages of human development.Depending on the place and time, relations between people of the same sex were considered as a norm or mental disorder, as a congenital disease, as immoral, or even as a crime worthy of the highest degree of punishment.But in the 20 century, the problem of homosexuality became very publicized and much discussed in the society.
 
United States of America as one of the most democratically developed states, in turn, have become an important global center of homosexual movement. Active involvement of homosexuals in the political and social processes began in 60-70 years of XXth century, when the rebellion and the search for alternatives to traditional values have become common.Now the gay community is absolutely inseparable from the modern American way of life.
 
Very much in "fashion" in the modern world is to talk about tolerance and equality of all people on Earth, and gay rights are one of the main subjects of public debate in the new millennium. Therefore, to show others their personal freedom from bias and stereotypes, it is necessary to show public approval of homosexuality.Such trend in changing social attitudes can be expressed like this: new times require new approaches.From this point of view, policies on sexual minorities in the U.S. is an important part in the political life of the society, and even of election campaigning in the election platforms of parties. It is understandable, that homosexuals, like other minorities, support the Democratic Party. That is why democrats, as well as other supporters of homosexuality, talk about the importance of recognition of rights and freedom of minorities on the basis of equality of all US citizens.
 
The Declaration of Independence as well as the due process clause of the fourteenth amendment of the United States Constitution states individuals have the right to life, liberty , and the pursuit of happiness; therefore, the homosexual population should be permitted to serve their country in a military capacity without restrictions of harassment if they so desire.
 
That is, the question of the rights and freedoms of homosexuals is important and widely debated in the U.S. society, and even in political life.For example, Bill Clinton has once included in his election program item that allowed gays to serve in the army, known as the rule "Don't ask, don't tell" (which was approved in 1993).This law was one of the most controversial and widely discussed in U.S. public life. Also, later another U.S. president Barack Obama during the election campaign announced his plans to pass a law prohibiting discrimination against homosexuals and granting equal rights to gay couples to adopt children.
 
But not so long ago it was announced that Obama and Congress were going to cancel the principle of "Don't ask, don't tell", that would not allow homosexuals to serve in the U.S. Army absolutely freely.
 
世界上同性恋者在军队服役的立法-Legislation in the world on homosexuals serving in the army
 
The question of service of homosexuals in the military was not discussed before 1970, probably because no one thought about the ability of homo-and bisexual men perform their duty, but the increasing homophobic sentiments in the countries of the Western world drew attention of the military authorities and the governments of many countries to this issue.
 
Thus, in 1982 - 1984's military attaches of embassies of non-Communist countries in 1957 in Washington participated in the survey on the participation of homosexuals in the military service of their countries and the policies towards homosexuals: 
 
- 37% attache reported that their military policy excluded the service of homosexuals in the military; 
 
- 14% reported that homo-and bisexuals serving in the armed forces of their countries on an equal rights with heterosexuals; 
 
- 49% reported that the military in their countries had never thought about this question and therefore had no policy towards homosexuals. 
 
That is, the analysis showed that the foundation of military policy towards sexual minorities depend on culture conditions of individual countries.
 
World practice say that nowadays about 91 countries (mostly in Asia) prohibits homosexuality, and in 8 of them for a death penalty (especially in Iraq), and in another 9 for life imprisonment.In the armies of these countries there is no question about the service of representatives of sexual minorities.Most emphatically homosexuality is denied in Islamic countries, where homosexuals are prosecuted by law.The ban on homosexuals is present in the military in Russia, China, Greece, Armenia, Belarus.
 
In 1999, the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg decided that the ban on military service for homosexuals violates human rights.As a result, most European countries allow them to serve in the army, but a heterosexual harassment should be severely punished. Since 2000 homosexuals were given the right to serve in the army in UK, since 2009 - in Argentina, Uruguay, the Philippines.
 
From July 2009 homosexuality stoped to be a criminal offense in India.Loyal attitude towards sexual minorities is also in the IDF - Israel Defense Forces: since 1993, this country canceled unequal treatment to them in the army, and in 1998 abolished all distinctions based on sexual orientation.
 
美国军队的同性恋-Homosexuality in United States Military
 
The practice of military service of people of different sexual orientation, and caused by this practice psychological, social and legal problems, are familiar to all armies in the world. Governments of western countries, to avoid accusations of discrimination, are making arrangements for access to military service for all who are willing and suitable to it. But in most of other countries governments restrict or prohibit this, especially authoritarian regimes, and even practice the prohibition of homosexuality in principle.
 
In fact cases of homosexual contacts in the armies are known since antiquity. In the first half of the twentieth century, homosexuality was banned in fascist Italy and Germany, there could be no question about homosexuals in the military. Tolerant attitude towards homosexuals in the world, including the loyal attitude of public opinion, arose only after the World War II, during which self-consciousness of homosexuals in the U.S. Army took shape as a community.Since that period and until now the U.S. is in the vanguard of political and social movements for citizens rights, including in the army.
 
In 1993 the U.S. government has adopted "Do not Ask, Do not Tell policy with the filing of the Democratic Party, under the pressure of public opinion and human rights organizations, as a compromise between opponents of the admission of homosexuals in the U.S. armed forces and supporters of their admission (with condition of full openness). The essence of law is that military personnel are not allowed to talk about their sexuality and express their views on appropriate occasions, and the officers were not allowed to ask about the sexual orientation of subordinates, only in cases of investigation of incidents initiated by an anonymous or a named source. In the case of disclosure of homosexual orientation, a soldier is subject to immediate dismissal, since he, as it is stated in the law, "threatens the high standards of morality and discipline, as well as undermining team spirit." 
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