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Kristen Myers and Laura Raymond describe the term "hottie," used by many girls in their group when discussing heterosexual desire, as a form of "cultural capital" in their article "Elementary School Girls and Heteronormativity." Which of the following is not a significant factor about the treatment of the term "hottie" among the girls in Myers and Raymond's study?

Girls used possessive language to mark boys as their own by calling them "my hotties."

Girls objectified boys uncritically by calling them "hotties."

"Hotties" could be both celebrities and real boys.

"Hotties" were always male.



In Moslener's chapter, "New Purity Revolution," she argues that the work of purity advocates demonstrates that the idea of sexual purity 

originated within contemporary Evangelical movements.

presumes an inherent link between spiritual development and sexuality. 

is an effective ideological framework for promoting abstinence.

All of the above. 


According to Ringrose et al.'s (2013) study, the circulation and production of girls' images are read through hierarchical codes of gendered morality. 

 True

 False

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