Human Rights in Russia thoughts After reading the articles "Human Rights in Russia: Grim to be Gay" and "Stephen Fry's Open Letter", many thoughts come to my mind as to what in my eyes is just or not. In my opinion , the ability to be acknowledged as a regular human being is what should be given to whatever race, gender, your sexuality, or even your mental and physical capabilities as everyone should be classified as just a "human". The discrimination that occurs in Russia is seemingly horrible to many people including me, as it involves many physical beatings in many cases. As if it wasn't bad enough, it gets worse as many people film the beatings and show them live which is horrid . Also if there isn't beatings the government gets in, and fines or limits them severely. Of course everyone is entitled to their opinion which Russia can impose on them ; however, they say that it is not good to be a homosexual it does not mean that it is a correct and honorable opinion. In the end , I believe although Russia can say they don't support homosexuality, their ways in which they impose their thoughts is horrible and should not warrant an Olympic showing in their country. But then again, I might just be saying that cause I want to have another in Vancouver!
Once upon a time reflection
In "Once Upon a Time " by Nadine Gorimer, the story was very brutal and had an unexpected ending, while throughout the story emitted a very paranoid feeling with the fear. I understood the story alt when I was reading it, I wa