1. Proposedtitle of the research:Marriage of LGBTQ people to Heterosexuals in the mediaindustry.2. Purpose of the study:The purpose of the study is to understand the ratio of the marriagebetween the LGBTQ people and Heterosexuals, especiallyin the context of media and arts industry.
The ratioof these marriages in the traditional countriesis needed to be evaluated because it willhelp to understand the rate of the marriagesbetween them in the past and currently. The LGBTQ people are called with manynames such as gay, whereas, heterosexual people are the normal people. The purpose of this study is to evaluate theincrement between these two gendersespecially in the field of the mediaindustry.The rate of marriages between the given two genders is increasing in thedeveloped and developing countries, therefore, it requires the attention of the government. This research willpresent the importance of the opposite sex marriage in the media industry, andthe reason behind their marriages.3.
Objectivesof the study:This research study will be based on following research objectives:· To understand which gender of the two (LGBTQ and Heterosexuals) mostlyget attracted towards the opposite gender.· To evaluate how the interested person approaches the opposite gender forgetting married in the media field.· To analyze the rate of marriagesbetween LGBTQ and Heterosexuals in the media field. · To understand the concept that lies behind passing in these two genders.4. Research questions:· What are the difficulties faced by the LGBT’s in their life related tothe marriage?· Is it necessary for LGBT’s workingin media, arts and performance industry to get married in orderto survive?5. Backgroundof study:GLBT or GLBT are the commonly used terms in the world for the genderthat belongs to gay, bisexual, lesbian and transgender. The LGBT people are not considered as the normal human being in terms of the sexual relationships (Dean, 2014).
The termheterosexual is used for the normal people that spent the normal life. Moreover, heterosexuality is theterm that is used for the attractiontowards the opposite gender such as men get attracted towards women. Thisrelationship is based on romantic behavior between the people, and this termbelongs to the sexual orientation category (Norton & Herek, 2013). Recently, the presumption in the modern cultures is noticed in the marriage culture between the heterosexuals andgay men and lesbians including media and arts industry. It is necessary for LGBTto get married for continuing their growth in a country. Therefore, they need to continuethe lifecycle by marrying a person. Thisrelationship was not common in the 20thcentury. However, the recent increment inthe sexual relationship between these two genders is a noticeable factor(Hayfield et al.
, 2014). The resumption in the heterosexuality in the recent timesis noticed in the various countries and cultures that often makes the passingan easy option for the gay men and lesbians, especially in the casual andpublic locations (Hatzenbuehleret al., 2014). Since the homosexuality is assumed successful, the gay men andthe lesbians are found to spend their lives without getting married and passing straight in their wholelife. The lesbians that are intentionalalso sometimes pass straight because theyare unable to find someone to have sex with (Olatunji et al., 2017). In many parts of the world, practicingheterosexuality is considered a compulsorytask, such as in the USA it is compulsory (Hald et al., 2013).
The marriageconcept in the developed countries is now stronglyencouraged because the youth populationin those countries is not growing, thereby the population in the countries is mostly comprising of the oldpeople, that cannot run the country. To be specific, the pressure to marry inthe developed countries is increasing with the passage of time, because thepeople in those countries are not going towards developingthe long-term relationships (Peixoto, & Nobre, 2016). This research willalso try to develop an understanding ofthe decreasing marriage rate and increasing sex rate in various traditionalcountries.
6. Researchmethodology:The research methodology that will beused in this research will be basedon a critical literature review by makinguse of the relevant articles that are relevant to the research objectives. Moreover, the researchwill also try to develop the understanding of decreasing marriage rates andincreasing sex rates in the media and film industry. The research approach willbe based on qualitative data supported bythe views of the authors and newspaper articles of authentic sources. Eachresearch objective will be evaluated individually for presenting clear results.
The research articles will be selectedfrom the ‘Google Scholar’ website supported by in-text citations. The articles relevant to the research will only be selected for the research. Additionally, the research philosophy will be criticalrealism approach as it helps to compare the reviews of the scholars and newspapersto present the general results. The research population will be between 10-15research articles between 2013-2017 time frame.