Analytically, conflict arises against those who are sexually oriented different too often. This has resulted out of their endeavor to exert their place in society by seeking to pursue happiness in codes of behavior that is utterly abhorred by the community’s acceptable way of life. The pursuance of their rights and sexual privileges are the causal root of violence directed against them per se.
In addition, to the above highlighted point, the ‘Defense Marriage Act’ was signed out of pressure from concerned parties and in the spirit and letter of tolerating change whose time had come. The community’s level of acceptance and tolerance to sexually strange aspects are largely determined by their perception to sexuality.
Mostly, an assessment on the treatment and perceptions of people who are sexually enabled differently is still a raging debate. For example, the query o on whether or not homosexual should marry is still a tense one. Albeit, if they are not allowed to marry. The morals of society will maintain. The moral code we keep and pass to our children and their children’s children should be a first our first concern.
The desire for group identity and societal acceptance has led to evolution of the ‘the don not ask. Do not question policy.’ The acceptance within a given moral code has also led to the development of sex segregated education in order to keep the oral mosaic cherished by the culture. But, it has on the contrary led to a strange sexual upsurge that has evolved into metro sexualized.
An analytical approach to sexualism postulates that culture and archetypes of human behavior determine responses to different sexual orientation especially when they remain anomaly.
In conclusion, different sexual orientation and tolerance of the same in society has been a causal root for in depth argument. These discourses have resulted out of the desire to grant privileges and rights to those endowed differently in sexual orientation. Its acceptance and accommodation in societal culture remains largely contested.
Itoyama, Katstoshi, We Describe Novel Query by Example 
Bogaert, Anthony, ‘Towards a Conceptual Understanding of Sexuality’