Study Guide Final ExamRemember that the main topics/findings of your required readings for these lectures are considered study guide questions as well. *** RED = QUESTIONS MENTIONED BY THE PROF. AS CHALLENGING TO STUDENTS***Lecture- Gender Ambiguity:Transgender used to be an old umbrella term, but when we are discussing transgender people nowadays who are we talking about? - The old umbrella term described anyone who was gender ambiguous -Today, Transgendered man identifies as a man, lives their day to day life as a man even though at birth their biological sex might have been female.Is a transgender person different than a drag queen? Can a transgender person be a drag queen/king?Yes they are different, Transgender is part of gender identity, drag is part of art. Drag is about presentation, objects, showing femininity or masculinity. Heightening aspects of femininity, for the show.Being a drag queen is an art.What is intersexuality, how might it develop? And what are a couple examples of common intersexual variations? Intersex is a term used to describe individuals who are difficult to assign gender to at birth. It develops due to various disorders, Chromosomal disorders, Hormonal disorders. The two most Common intersex variations are: Turner Syndrome =XO ( Not XX or XY- female without ovaries, no menstruation, infertility, lack of feminizing physical characteristics at puberty) Klinefelter Syndrome (XXY- Men with this syndrome have one or more extra chromosomes, masculine in appearance with small firm testes, more female traits at puberty)General statistic 1 in 100 births the individual’s body differs from standard male or female.
Lecture – Sexual Health:What do we mean when we say sexual health, what all does that encompass, do we just mean the absence of disease?
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