• Health

    The Science of Sexual Orientation: Are People Born Gay?

    Brain Differences in Sexual Orientation: What Research Shows One area of research into sexual orientation has focused on examining differences in brain structures and functions between individuals with different sexual orientations. Studies have suggested that certain areas of the brain may be associated with sexual orientation, with some brain regions showing differences in size, connectivity, or activity between heterosexual and…

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    When Did Brown v. Board of Education Happen?

    The Background and Context Leading up to Brown v. Board of Education Brown v. Board of Education was a landmark case in the United States Supreme Court that led to the desegregation of schools. The case began in 1951 when thirteen parents in Topeka, Kansas, filed a class-action lawsuit against the Board of Education. The parents argued that their children,…

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