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ANSWER:All of the above According to Laura Carpenter's (2009) research ANSWER: Virginity-loss movies are open to multiple interpretations. According to Maticka-Tyndall (1992), personal methods of protection from AIDSare gendered in which of the following ways? ANSWER: The idea that women trust their partners to disclose information about their previous 'risky behaviors,' while men trust that there would be nothing for their partners to disclose According to Maticka-Tyndall's findings (1992), young people consciously and purposefully act in a 'risky' manner, despite what their common sense knowledgetells them about safe sex guidelines. ANSWER:False According to the students in Micell's research for "In the Trenches," the decisionfor LGBT students to come out is based on a level of self-acceptance, not on their perception of the social circumstances that they find themselves in. Answer:False According to the World Health Organization (2009), women who engage in sex work, drug use, and migration are at high risk of HIV infection. Often they are engaging in such 'risky behaviours' as a result of their:
ANSWER:Economic vulnerability African Americans have higher rates of HIV than other ethnic groups primarily because: ANSWER: of poverty. All of the following are examples of potential socializing agents, EXCEPT: ANSWER:Genes 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 eitherthe 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." ANSWER:True Although there is variation around the globe in terms of the gender-based organizational system known as "patriarchy", some feminists have argued that contemporary manifestations include: ANSWER: both a and b Armstrong argues in "Sexual Assault on Campus" that what distinguishes fraternity parties from other places of male-dominated partying is: Answer:
At frat parties, male dominance is organized, resourced, and implicitly endorsed by the university, unlike other venues Armstrong argues that cultural expectations of partying behavior are gendered because: Answer:Only women are expected to wear revealing outfits to parties As described by Jamison Green in "Sex and the Trans Man" (2010), undergoing sex reassignment surgery can alter one's sexuality in many ways, including the types of gendered partners one is attracted to. This may result from the biological changes to your own gender identity that occur during the transition process due to hormone therapy, but it may also be that your sexual expressions

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