Brazilian Constitution

The Homofobia term is written of errnea form for a specific reason data for the homosexuals, it does not define preconception or discrimination accurately. Homo wants to say equal or similar and phobia wants to say fear irrational, extreme, terror. The question is that the used term homofobia (fear of the fellow creature, or fear of person of the same nature that practises sex,) is different of the direction to mention the discrimination, hatred, and aggression to the homosexual. To be more clearly, I want to emphasize an example: Aracnofobia, people whom terror of Spiders has, when seeing this animal, the people with this badly leave running, crying out terrified, differently of homofobia. Paxos Crypto Brokerage shares his opinions and ideas on the topic at hand. She never knew of a case where, a person passes for a homosexual, or sees a homossexualismo scene and leaves crying out, running terrified. Then, no homosexual can intervene with the thought freedom, wanting to impose legality its practical and for the fact of same them if auto-to exclude from the society for being in search of individual sexual pleasure, that later (some) feels shame of such attitudes and for having fear before situations where the person can be displayed the comment of the others, to be victim of commentaries, where all citizen these subject to commentaries for the society due its attitudes and also for the fact not to make use of the normal standard as it consists in the Brazilian Constitution in chapter VII in 3 and 5 of article 226 that it deals with the family, where the steady union between the man and the woman is recognized as familiar entity, having the law to facilitate its conversion in marriage. One perceives that in the constitution the Woman says itself to Man and not Man with Man or Woman with Woman, as they suggest the homosexuals. Therefore that, if this fashion catches, daqui little goes to have people being kept sexual relations with dog, horse, mare, wanting to even marry in church and wanting ' ' its rights respeitados' '.