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Assessment of which of the following factors impact LGBT students' decisions about "coming out", as shown by MelindaMicell's (2005) research?
Research suggests that approximately what percentage of U.S. women have ever experienced partner violence?
QUIZ 220 percentAccording to Armstrong, closer examinations of "party rape" reveal that because fun is reproduced alongside sexualassault, students resist criticism of the party scene.
Which of the following are methods that women used to manage the stigma of having an STD, in Nack's study?
According to the students in Micell's research for "In the Trenches," the decision for LGBT students to come out is basedon a level of self-acceptance, not on their perception of the social circumstances that they find themselves in.
The term "sexual self," according to Nack, refers to:
How individuals think about their experienced and imagined sensualitiesBased on the lecture discussion of AmyYoung's article "Drinking Like a Guy," women drinking in a masculine manner:
Does NOT offer women equality and power because the social dynamics between men and women continue to betraditionally heterosexual and patriarchal when women"drink like a guy," thus contradicting any appearances of equalityWhich of the following is true of the Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) movement, which began in the late 1980s and 1990s,that Micell cites in "In the Trenches"?'
QUIZ 2The teenagers that pioneered this movement were the first to be aware of the institutional forces putting students atrisk, and have a vision for effective changeIn many situations, gender________________ can exacerbate, or lead to a greater degree of stigma, than sexualorientation alone.
Transgression **Violence against women is:
While heavy alcohol use is associated with sexual assault, not all efforts, especially punitive efforts to regulate studentalcohol use will contribute to sexual safety. This is because
Armstrong argues in "Sexual Assault on Campus" that what distinguishes fraternity parties from other places of male-dominated partying is:

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