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c14 Student: ___________________________________________________________________________ 1. Perhaps the first open group rebellion of homosexual persons in history occurred in New York City in ________ in the year ________. A. Queens, 1957 B. Greenwich Village, 1969 C. Brooklyn, 1975 D. the Bronx, 1980 2. The first gay liberation group in Canada was formed in _______ in the year _______. 3. Sexual orientation is defined as A. one's sense of maleness or femaleness. B. attraction to members of one's own gender. C. a person's erotic and emotional attraction. D. sexual activity with a member of one's own gender or with a member of the other gender. 4. The term _______ can be traced to the Greek poet Sappho. 5. Asexual means A. a person who is not attracted to either men or women. B. the sexual component of a person's self-concept. C. having no sexual experience. D. erotic and emotional orientation towards letters.
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6. Which of the following is NOT a reason the term homosexual is problematic? 7. Kris is sexually and emotionally attracted to men and women as well as transgender people. Which of the following sexual identities is Kris most likely to adopt? A. questioning B. bisexual C. pansexual D. asexual 8. What does it mean to reclaim a term? 9. Cheryl prefers the term queer for her sexual identity because 10. According to your text, in which of the following conditions would a man be gay? 11. In Canada today, a good and reliable estimate of the percent exclusively homosexual in the population is probably about A. less than 1% B. about 1-2% C. about 10% D. 13-15%
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