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The information in the first video: Demographic structure of society, gender and sex, highlights many of the main preconceived notions I have regarding gender. When classifying a person there are several factors that attribute to a person and their identified sexual orientation. The main considerations are known as biological, identity, expression, attraction and fornication. Biological sex is what a human has regarding their sexual reproductive systems. The sexual organs classify the person as a specific sex but is independent to their identity. Gender identity is the specific sex that individuals classify themselves as. A woman may be born with a specific reproductive system yet identity herself as a male or “gender queer”. The third consideration which must be taken into account is expression. Gender expression is what the individual expresses to society. For instance a male of societal norm will appear straight and heterosexual, following a male appearance. On the other hand, a male may also represent or express himself in a feminine manner by incorporating makeup and longer hair. Succeedingly, gender can be broken down into sexual orientation categories known as attraction and fornication. Attraction is what the person is drawn to and desires a romantic relationship while