_____________ theorists question the usefulness of universal, all-encompassing grand theories
to explain the social world, arguing that there is no "right" way of seeing or describing the world,
and that no two people share the same reality.
Rape supportive myths exploit cultural narratives, such as the idea that "date rape" is not "real"
rape or "no means yes," contributing to a shift in responsibility from the _____________ onto
____________ made many controversial statements about women's sexuality, including the idea
that women have two types of orgasms (clitoral and vaginal), and that clitoral orgasms represent
immaturity in the female that must be overcome through proper training in marriage.
All of the following are examples that Vickery (2009) provides of the various way(s) that
discourses of femininity and heteronormativity are co-constituted for girls, EXCEPT:
Structural violence means:
Which of the following is true of the Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) movement, which began in
the late 1980s and 1990s, that Micell cites in "In the Trenches"?'
Why is the use of sexual identity labels frustrating for many LGBT students in Micell's study?
Drive-reduction theories of sexuality and the belief that adolescents are generally deficient in
self-control and responsibility influence perspectives on adolescent sexuality that are narrowly
focused on its risks and problems.