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everywhere and at all times, but that the idea that these activities reflect some inner essence, oridentity, IS culturally and historically variable.In many settings, even today, you can engage insame-sex activities and not be considered a homosexual, or consider yourself a homosexual,depending on your cultural framework.In the contemporary United States, most take a moredogmatic approach, relating behavior to identity, but even here, that isn't always so.Prison("situational homosexuality"), the idea of experimentation among adolescents or in college, etc.being but a few examples.Points Received:1 of 1Comments:9.Question :As described by Jamison Green in "Sex and the Trans Man" (2010), undergoing sexreassignment surgery can alter one's sexuality in many ways, including the types of genderedpartners one is attracted to. This may result from the biological changes to your own genderidentity that occur during the transition process due to hormone therapy, but it may also be thatyour sexual expressions will differ depending on who your partner is. Thus, a trans man mightthink of themselves as a lesbian prior to their transition, and then as a heterosexual male afterthe transition. However, they might also become attracted to men. This example illustrates howfundamentally interconnected, but complex, gender and sexual identities are.Student Answer:CORRECTTrueINCORRECT False
Points Received:0 of 1Comments:10.Question :Which of the following is a gendered issue regarding sexuality in mainstream culture that is alsopresent in hook-up subculture?
Points Received:1 of 1Comments:11.Question :A woman may participate in sexual activities with men but identify as a lesbian.
Points Received:0 of 1Comments:12.Question :"Hooking up," according to Kathleen Bogle (2010), does NOT have a precise meaning; it canmean kissing, sexual intercourse, or any form of sexual interaction between those twoextremes.
Points Received:1 of 1Comments:13.Question :A transsexual is best defined as:
Points Received:1 of 1Comments:

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