How intersex children are approached some drs believe

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How intersex children are approached - some drs. believe there should be a surgery or there will be a confusion on the child of which sex they are - traditionalist some drs. believe if there is surgery it should be reversible - when the child grows up it might not be a match btw sex & gender - progressive approach Those who were intersex didn’t care which sex they were
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Final Exam Format: The exam is worth 200 points (20% of course grade) and will be composed exclusively of multiple choice questions (50 questions x 4 points each = 200 points) 3) Unit 3 Materials - Transparent and transgenderism 1. Critiques of the show Devina & Shay = were trans One actor was cross dresser - doesn’t believe he’s a woman trapped in a man’s body It’s not really represented of transwomen - Maura comes from other positions of privilege (financial resources, retired) 2. Discourses about transgenderism - can combine w/ #1 3. The “coming out” narrative, and the conflation of mental health, sexual orientation, and gender identity In the show Maura says I came out to my children Phrase that’s typically used in terms of lesbian, gay, bisexual to revealing their sexual orientation, transgender is a gender identity not sexual orientation → worried people are going to confuse sexuality and gender Both have history in being understood as a mental illness Mental health community has adopted “coming out” as coming out in having depression/other mental health disorder → more confusion - Music (see lecture handouts for 11/14 and 11/16): 1) Gender in 80s music video 2) Ideas of gender essentialism vs. gendered enculturation, and how this affects the experiencing of music Main idea - there is the idea a fundamental difference between men and women & their brains & how they approach listening ot music - men are more analytical (listening to music as music), women were using music for a certain purpose (get in a mood/to exercise) Consumerism = Vinyl collecting - men (collecting things), women (buy it to tie into identity) Gendered enculturation (how you’re raised as a child) - because of how we’re
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  • Spring '14
  • Dr.AntoniaRandolph
  • Feminism, AMY SCHUMER

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