Dialogue bioethics-human rights and civil ethics in the exercising of citizenship: LGBT community case

This article analyzes the speeches of the exercising of citizenship in the LGBT community from bioethics human rights dialogue. Through a qualitative study, defined in the comprehensive paradigm that allowed from the actors, recognizing subjectivities and intersubjectivities. The Understanding of th...

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Autor Principal: Joya Ramirez, Nohora
Formato: Artículo (Article)
Lenguaje:Español (Spanish)
Publicado: Universidad Militar Nueva Granada 2016
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Acceso en línea:http://hdl.handle.net/10654/34269
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Sumario:This article analyzes the speeches of the exercising of citizenship in the LGBT community from bioethics human rights dialogue. Through a qualitative study, defined in the comprehensive paradigm that allowed from the actors, recognizing subjectivities and intersubjectivities. The Understanding of the phenomenon under stud required a hermeneutical approach to be described and interpreted from depth interviews with eight people of the LGBT community through discourse analysis. Thus, we observed that the bioethical exercising of citizenship in the LGBT community is permeated by a heteronormative sexist society and fundamentalists institutions don’t recognize the full citizenship for LGBT people, imposing hierarchies and power, and is expressed and taught stigma and discrimination against men and women with sexual diversity. Based on this, we concluded that patriarchal societies, heterosexist, homophobic and misogynistic, clearly express hierarchies of power, stigma and discrimination inhibiting the exercise of citizenship of people with sexual and gender diversity.