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from the one with which they were born (“being born in the wrong body”) and who engages in a range of body modification practices (hormone treatments, cosmetic surgery, such as breast implants or mastectomy (the removal of breast tissue), facial and body contouring, sex “re-assignment” surgery, hair implants, silicone injections, etc.) to transition to a physical appearance that matches their gender identity Answers : someone who identifies with a physical sex different from the one with which they were born (“being born in the wrong body”) and who engages in a range of body modification practices (hormone treatments, cosmetic surgery, such as breast implants or mastectomy (the removal of breast tissue), facial and body contouring, sex “re-assignment” surgery, hair implants, silicone injections, etc.) to transition to a physical appearance that matches their gender identity someone who enjoys dressing up as the opposite sex simply because of the risk involved
someone who is secretly attracted to the same sex, but doesn’t want to live as a homosexual Question 10 0.5 out of 0.5 points Which of the following describes a common theme that Lisa Diamond observes in displays of heteroflexibility in "I'm Straight, but I Kissed a Girl" (2005)?
Question 11 0.5 out of 0.5 points According to Kathleen Bogle’s (2007) “the Shift from Dating to Hooking up in College: What Scholars Have Missed,” scholars who study intimate relationships
Question 12 0.5 out of 0.5 points Although Bogle's work on the "hookup culture" on campus focuses on one form of sexual culture, we know from our previous readings that sexual cultures often overlap and interact with one another. Thus, a student might participate in either the traditional dating scene and hookup culture,
neither, both, or something else entirely. Because multiple sexual cultures can operate within a particular social setting, this might make navigating those fields a bit tricky. For example, a student who is new to campus might find herself thinking that she is beginning a traditional dating relationship only to find out that her partner only wanted to "hook up." Answers:
Question 13 0.5 out of 0.5 points _____ individuals believe they are more than one person inside of one

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