In normalizing heterosexuality mothers assumptions

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16. In "Normalizing Heterosexuality: Mothers' Assumptions, Talk, and Strategies with Young Children," what are some ways Karin A. Martin gauges the effects of heteronormativity on the ways mothers interpret their children’s behavior? Mothers using adult meanings to understand children’s behavior Mothers interpreting their daughters’ male peers as “boyfriends” instead of “friends.” Mothers understanding their daughters’ interest in having a husband at age 3 as predictive rather than as pretend play. All of the above.
17. Girls, like other groups in society, are always cultural slaves to the media.
18. How did the girls in Myers’ and Raymond’s study in "Elementary School Girls and Heteronormativity: The Girl Project? co-construct heteronormativity for each other while they participated in group discussions and activities?
Reinforcing gender binaries in which girls are measured—by their relationship to boys. All of the above. 19. According to “The ‘Pinking’ of Viagra Culture” by Heather Hartley (2006), after Pfizer’s clinical trials of Viagra in women showed that it was not effective, some drug companies:
20. How does the Toronto Women’s Bathhouse Committee understand and embrace queer sexuality? They embrace “prosex feminism” focusing on pleasure,rejecting a lesbian feminist culture that often de- sexualizes lesbianism. They attempt to foster an inclusive atmosphere where lesbians, gay men, trans people, sex workers and other sexual minorities can share a common ‘queer’ space. They celebrate a few limited forms of female masculinity. All of the above.
21. The New View Campaign, as Hartley argues (2006), as well as films such as “Orgasm, Inc.,” are example of the growing ______________ that seeks to challenge harmful corporate practices, such as the medicalization of women’s sexuality.

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