homophobia. habitualization. interactive biopsychosocial approach. sexual prejudice. Correct!sexual geography.
Question 61 / 1 ptsIn the context of genes as a potential source of sexual orientation:Correct!twin studies show how the combination of genetics and interactive biopsychosocial sources may explain sexual orientation.timing and maturation of the human body is not necessary for the development of sexual orientation.it is scientifically possible to establish connections between genes and behavioral traits, including sexual orientation.genes are irrelevant as a possible source or cause of sexual orientation. the occurrence of sexual orientation involves one gene which produces the effect of attraction to one gender or the other.Question 71 / 1 ptsAround the 19th century, which of the following opinions was held about bisexuality?Bisexual people did not need to pretend to be either heterosexual, or, pretendto be gay in order to be accepted by homosexuals.Individuals who were bisexual were thought to be emotionally mature and were highly regarded socially and psychologically.Bisexuals were openly accepted as members by the heterosexual community.Bisexuals were openly accepted as members by the homosexual community.Correct!Medical sexologists saw bisexuality as a form of mental and physical disease.Question 81 / 1 ptsWhich of the following is true of same-sex couples who wish to have children?Correct!They can have their own biological offspring through artificial insemination.They cannot rear children as social norms prohibit the formation of such families.Support structures such as helpful neighbors and babysitters are the same as they are for heterosexual couples.There are laws which prevent same-sex couples from rearing children. Lesbian and gay couples pay extra taxes and higher prices for goods than straight couples.