The program advocated for provided girls with

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The program advocated for provided girls with information and insight that they need to make health and safe choices for themselves, rather than silence about sexuality
Question 6 0 out of 0.5 points Also known as systems theory, ______________ held that society was organized into parts, each of which had a specific function to fill. This perspective also held that things worked best when each person knew her or his role and stuck to it. Those who did not fit these standards were labeled “dysfunctional” and “deviant”.
Question 7 0 out of 0.5 points _____________ theory suggests that there can be no single perspective on women’s sexuality, and that race, class, age, ability, sexual orientation, etc. all shape the ways sexuality is experienced and perceived.
Intersectionality Social constructionist Conflict Question 8 0 out of 0.5 points ________ refers to the mundane, everyday ways that heterosexuality is privileged and taken for granted as normal and natural:
Question 9 0.5 out of 0.5 points How did race play a part in the development of the feminist mentorship program that was observed in "Our 'Ideal' Girl"? Selected Answer: White program directors and mentors overlooked race as a topic of discussion, committing a fundamental error of White privilege by presuming their concerns reflected those of all women Answers: Program directors included a Womanist model of feminist practice in an effort to allow girls of color to identify with another model of feminism White program directors and mentors overlooked race as a topic of discussion, committing a fundamental error of White privilege by presuming their concerns reflected those of all women Mentors were aware of the significance of race in the “appropriateness” discourse on sexuality, and refrained from judgments that were subjective and/or personally critical
Question 10 0.5 out of 0.5 points ___________ believed that “normal and abnormal” and “good and bad” were labels created to control sexual diversity, noting the wide discrepancy between public standards for sex and actual sexual behavior.

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