gender and society sauce.txt - The development of sexual...

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The development of sexual characteristics is affected by sociological development through a relationship with other people. = True If a human shows signs in both sexes, the person is considered an intersex. = True Human reproduction is the process in which human beings produce more human beings similar to themselves. = True Traditionally, Gender is viewed as being male or female. =true The usual gonads for Female are ovaries. = True Gender identity is defined as a personal conception of oneself as male or female (or rarely, both or neither). = True The usual level of sex hormones for male is testosterone. = True Usually both sexes do not have pubic hair and underam hair. = False The usual gonads for Female are testes. = False The term, gender, is also used more broadly to denote a range of identities that do not correspond to established ideas of male and female. = True Since the dawn of the new century, the view and idea of gender have evolved in a contemporary understanding of psychology, sociology, and culture based on the human perception of sexual urges and emotional attraction. = True XY are not a usual chromosomes for Male. = False In the WHO definition, the term, gender is similar from society to society and cannot be changed. = False The definition of gender now is tagged along with Biological Identity. = False XX chromosomes in Female is the usual sex chromosomes.

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