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Multiple Choice QuestionBlooms: RememberDifficulty: MediumHeading: Being Out—Steps Toward Well-BeingTopic: Coming Out And Sexual Well-Being103.Laurel and his partner, who are in college, decide to come out about their sexualorientation. Laurel's brother, Tom, who is in high-school, also wants to come out.Which of the following pieces of advice best suits Tom's situation?
Multiple Choice QuestionBlooms: ApplyDifficulty: HardHeading: Being Out—Steps Toward Well-BeingTopic: Coming Out And Sexual Well-Being104.A group composed of those intimate partners or legally married spouses, closefriends, and neighbors who feel so close to each other that they celebrate holidaysand birthdays is termed as a(n):
biological family.unrelated family.men who have sex with men (MSM).being on the down low (BODL).Multiple Choice QuestionBlooms: RememberDifficulty: EasyHeading: Being Out—Steps Toward Well-BeingTopic: Coming Out And Sexual Well-Being105.Renada and Becky are a lesbian couple that have adopted child. Ruth and Brad are astraight couple who have a biological child. During the 1990s, which of thefollowing is true in the comparison between these two families?
Multiple Choice QuestionBlooms: ApplyDifficulty: HardHeading: Being Out—Steps Toward Well-BeingTopic: Coming Out And Sexual Well-Being106.Which of the following is true of same-sex couples who wish to have children?They cannot rear children as social norms prohibit the formation of suchfamilies.They can have their own biological offspring through artificialinsemination.Support structures such as helpful neighbors and babysitters are thesame as they are for heterosexual couples.Lesbian and gay couples pay extra taxes and higher prices for goodsthan straight couples.There are laws which prevent same-sex couples from rearing children.
Multiple Choice QuestionBlooms: UnderstandDifficulty: MediumHeading: Being Out—Steps Toward Well-BeingTopic: Coming Out And Sexual Well-Being107.In the context of sexual orientation as a human right:

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