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19. Question : Although college students recognize hooking up as a pathway to a romantic relationship, a hookup does not guarantee any commitment beyond the encounter, according to Kathleen Bogle's research in "The Hookup Culture on Campus" (2010). Student Answer: CORRECT True False
Points Received: 1 of 1 Comments: 20. Question : _______ refers to the state of dissatisfaction _________ individuals experience when they feel trapped in the body of the "wrong" sex.
Points Received: 1 of 1 Comments: 21. Question : The Goth women in "So Full of Myself as a Chick" were able to use active sexuality to BOTH transform the internal sexual culture of their scene AND significantly alter gendered power within their scene. INCORRECT True CORRECT False (In
reference to your question, I framed it directly in the terms of concepts referenced throughout this particular article. Specifically, Wilkins writes "Goth women engage in strategies of active sexuality...to create gender egalitarianism within the Goth scene...While clearly widening their sexual space, Goth women's attempts to use sexual agency as an emancipatory tool, both in their ability to creation conditions of sexual equality and in their ability to transform broader gender inequality." In addition to the numerous references Wilkins makes to Goth women's inability to challenge gender equality throughout this piece, the author writes, "Goth women's attempts to balance gender equality on a platform of sexual agency are not successful." Further, and perhaps most important for the question you are referring to, the author also writes "Even though they do enact significant transformation in the internal sexual culture of the scene, they do not significantly alter gendered power." The concepts in that statement (directly referenced in the question you are referring to) are elaborated on in the conclusion of the article.) Points Received: 0 of 1 Comments:
22. Question : All of the following are ways that the "STR8 dudes" in Jane Ward's "Straight Dude Seeks Same" (2010), think about the term "gay" EXCEPT as _________.
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