Figure 2 Zoom Original png, 21k. Bibliography Ball, Molly. The survey finds that those who completely or mostly agree that their culture is superior to others are more likely to take conservative positions on gender norms and sexuality. It believes that homosexuality should be treated by society as an immoral and dangerous perversion — a sinful failure. Marriage commitment and sexual conduct are both laced with moral issues such as 1 What ought marriage be defined as? In the debate over gay marriage, opponents have many arguments that profess their belief that it should not be legal.
Opposition to equal civil rights for gays comes in many forms.
In Orthodox-majority countries, views on sexual and gender norms are more traditional and conservative than in Catholic-majority or religiously mixed countries. The biggest leftward shift since has been in attitudes toward gay and lesbian relations, from only a minority of Americans finding it morally acceptable to a clear majority finding it acceptable. Yet, it always comes back to religion and religion-based animosity towards gays. This particular behavior remains essentially a cultural taboo, in the sense that it is viewed as morally unacceptable to more than 90 per cent of the public, even though other behaviors related to sex and procreation have shifted.
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