Bisexuality position based attraction person based

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bisexuality.position-based attraction.person-based attraction.sexual attraction.
Multiple Choice Question Blooms: RememberDifficulty: EasyHeading: Female Sexual FluidityTopic: Variations In Sexual Orientation79. Lindsay, a woman of age 40, has lived as a heterosexual all her life. She is married, has children, and is now beginning to get attracted to her boss at work, who is a powerful and extremely successful woman. Lindsay, however, does not have sexual fantasies about her co-worker, nor does she wish to express her high opinion to her boss. This situation is an example of:
Multiple Choice Question Blooms: ApplyDifficulty: HardHeading: Female Sexual FluidityTopic: Variations In Sexual Orientation80. Which of the following phenomena is testimony that culture and gender and sexual expression are changing?
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Multiple Choice Question Blooms: RememberDifficulty: MediumHeading: Female Sexual FluidityTopic: Variations In Sexual Orientation81. Which of the following possibilities does questioning indicate?
Multiple Choice Question Blooms: UnderstandDifficulty: MediumHeading: Queer and QuestioningTopic: Variations In Sexual Orientation82. Extreme disapproval attached to someone who deviates from socially and culturally acceptable standards of behavior, turning the person into a social outcast is called _____.dogmafluiditystigmaapartheidsexual prejudice
Multiple Choice Question Blooms: RememberDifficulty: EasyHeading: Homosexuality, Discrimination, And StigmaTopic: Homosexuality, Discrimination, And Stigma83. Carol has lived along, away from family and friends, since high school. She recognized and established herself as a lesbian in a big city. But whenever she attends parties or goes visiting back at home, she finds people asking inappropriate questions and giving her digs about her sexual orientation. As time progresses, Carol's friends and family do not invite her to gatherings and cut her out from regular contact. This leaves Carol questioning her identity, preferences and this affects her sexual well-being. Carol's social situation is an example of:

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