Linda Lim introduces the need for economic reform in developing countries to help the issue of inequality and women exploitation in the workforce. This theoretical perspective gave me the idea about educational reform in America. Specifically in reference to the topic of sexuality, I argue that solving one of the major debates in America of gay and lesbian rights can be addressed by including the social acceptance in educational institutions. Just as Lim argues that it is not the multinational corporations who are at fault for the exploitation of women in the workforce but the unstable economy, I argue that societies views of sexuality is unstable and should be addressed by reforming the educational curriculum. Just as students learn about sexual education and how to prevent sexually transmitted diseases and learn about the human body parts, this adjustment can expand the acceptance of human beings all around.