- Words: 613
- Length: 2 Pages
- Topic: Women's Issues - Sexuality
- Paper #: 17433966
The homosexual community is also associated with characteristic mannerisms that, in fairness, do project homosexuality.
There is nothing necessarily prejudiced or closed minded about making assumptions that those who adopt mannerisms and clothing or hairstyle choices that generally denote a specific orientation (whether to crime or homosexuality), are likely to be associated with that orientation. In many cases, the external behavior and manner of dress helps individuals communicate information (such