Human Diversity

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Human Diversity

Human diversity is immense and rich with different varieties of people and cultures. With billions of people walking the earth today, there are thousands of different races, cultures, sub-cultures, values and religions. At times most were once separated by either vast bodies of water and land or borderlines drawn out by the many different kingdoms and civilizations. Over the centuries with great triumphs in human exploration, technologies and politics, people began to amalgamate. Although invisible lines of beliefs and age old conflicts have kept most cultures separate for the most part people have always found a way to mingle and co-exist. Human diversity is the difference among people and how those differences make an
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Although homosexuality is thought to be a choice a person makes or the result of one’s social environment. Scientific proof exists that suggest otherwise. [2] The newly discovered Xq28 is a chromosome band and genetic marker situated at the tip of the X chromosome which has been studied since at least 1980 by an American geneticist named Dean Hamer, his findings came under great scrutiny when he indicated a link between the gene and homosexuality in males. Another theory is the hormonal theory of sexuality that states, just as exposure to certain hormones plays a role in fetal sex differentiation, such exposure also influences the sexual orientation that emerges later in the adult. Fetal hormones may be seen as either the primary influence upon adult sexual orientation or as a co-factor interacting with genes or environmental and social conditions. With all these studies however there is no solid proof that you can be born an homosexual. One of the main things that make humans so divers is the fact that we come in many different races or ethnicities. Race is a biological term used to refer a subpopulation whose members have reproduced exclusively among themselves and therefore are genetically similar and distinct from other members of the same species (Pearson). People may look around


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