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  True/False Questions   1. Children and adolescents are not very resilient, and thus, cannot thrive when faced with challenges in life. 2. The discussion about children and sexuality is seldom positive in American culture. 3. Biological processes enable adults to initiate love and sexual relations, and to reproduce. 4. Familial teachings have no effect.
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  111. The idea that people with different sexual orientations live in particular cities and even distinct neighborhoods or social spaces that are “safe” and more gay-friendly is termed as _____. 112. _____ is an African American term that refers to a man who hides his sexual orientation. 113. A global variation of.
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  21. The HIV/AIDS epidemic has caused the striking down of LGBTQ civil rights and laws. 22. As LGBTQ civil rights increased and provided some new protections, the AIDS epidemic began to recede and people’s lives were saved. 23. Even in the United States and Western European countries, where LGBTQ rights are visible.
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  11. Masturbatory activities carried out by children have been known to cause physical injury to the body. 12. There is no evidence to suggest that child-to-child sex play causes any lasting negative consequences for later sexual development 13. The major change of puberty is the development of primary sexual characteristics. 14. Pubertal events.
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  31. The phenomenon of actions being repeated frequently enough to be cast into a pattern so that they seem natural is called _____. A. nonconforming behavior B. habitualization C. questioning D. socialization E. institutionalization 32. When viewing sexual orientation as a spectrum, which of the following statements is correct? A. Bisexuality exists outside the scope of the.
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  41. Which of the following is a feature of extreme virilization? A. Absence of ovaries B. Lack of menstruation C. Presence of clitoris D. Fully-developed phallus E. Absence of uterine tract 42. Androgen insensitivity syndrome occurs when: A. a women uses progestin during pregnancy. B. the adrenal glands produce abnormally high levels of hormones. C. a fetus with XX.
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  101. _____ mental or cognitive representations of marriage including ideas about how married couples interact 102. _____ refers to the process of maturation of the adrenal glands. 103. _____ refers to the earliest gonadal changes of puberty. 104. The first menstrual period is known as _____. 105. _____ refers to the decline in the.
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  51. _____ provides a starting point for the process of gender identity development in childhood. A. Cultural factors B. Fetal sexual differentiation C. Gendered expectations D. Gendered environment E. Gender stereotypes 52. Which of the following is true about gender identity? A. Intersexed gender identity does not exist. B. Gender identity is expressed through the sex organs but.
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  51. Two men, Quinton and Bilal are deeply attracted to each other and they have a sexual relationship. However they are both married to women and have children. This demonstrates: A. imprinting B. compulsory heterosexuality C. increasing incidences of homosexuality D. habitualization E. questioning 52. Which of the following is a possibility under the condition.
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  107. Explain the various intersex conditions that impact specific genetic and physical structures. 5-Alpha-Reductase Deficiency The rare condition 5-alpha-reductase deficiency occurs in genetic males. This condition does not allow a fetus to convert testosterone to dihydrotestosterone (DHT), which is necessary for the development of male genitalia. The absence of DHT tends.
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  41. Which of the following is not true about masturbation? A. It can cause physical injury to the body. B. It typically occurs in one-third of the children from infancy through preschool. C. It allows children to learn about the sensations that their body can produce. D. It is highly self-soothing to children. E. It.
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  True/False Questions 1. Nonconforming gender behaviors are synonymous with nonconforming sexual behaviors. 2. The “T” in LGBTQ stands for transsexual. 3. Seeing sexual orientation as a spectrum captures the complexity of many people’s attractions and desires, which may change over time and vary in different contexts. 4. Klein’s early research and newer studies revealed.
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  81. Which of the following is a major concern for teens seeking contraception? A. The lack of effectiveness of contraceptive devices B. The need for confidentiality when seeking contraception C. The lack of availability of contraceptive devices D. The dangers of using contraceptive devices E. The high cost of contraceptive devices 82. _____ are the most.
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  91. Which of the following is a primary goal of comprehensive sexuality education? A. To promote abstinence and encourage young people to delay sexual behavior until marriage. B. To discourage the use of contraception as it goes against the teachings of the Bible. C. To encourage sexual responsibility among youth regarding sexual relationships. D..
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  61. In Korabi, members of the place of worship, who are mostly men, conduct a coming of age ceremony for boys and girls at puberty. This involves performance of sexual acts. This is an example of cultures which allowed same-sex relationships that are: A. following compulsory heterosexuality. B. defined by age difference. C..
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  81. Which of the following possibilities does questioning indicate? A. A person refuses to experiment with his or her sexual orientation. B. A person is in conformity with the compulsory heterosexuality advocated by the society. C. A person asserts that he or she has no sexual orientation. D. A person wants to explore his.
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  91. ­­­­­_____ reveal how adolescent boys may use bullying against gender nonconformity. A. Studies of sexual orientation B. Studies of gender identities C. Studies of intersexuality D. Studies of sexual dissatisfaction E. Studies of masculinity 92. Karen feels and socializes as a female. She likes to race on her bike and is quite a sporty girl.
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  21. An individual's sense of being male (maleness) or female (femaleness) is known as _____. A. sex B. gender schema C. gender identity D. gender role E. sexual dimorphism 22. Desmond believes that women become nurses and men become doctors. This belief is based on a cultural: A. sexual differentiation. B. gender identity. C. intersexuality. D. gender role. E. sexual dimorphism. 23..
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  11. In cultures defined by gender roles, certain women were socialized into men’s roles, and lived as men. 12. As a defined by social and political position in society, sexual identity does not require the underlying sexual orientation. 13. Before the Modern LGBTQ Movement, police harassment just for being gay was routine. 14..
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  31. For infants, the foundation of adolescent and adult sexuality begins with _____. A. neotony B. adrenarche C. sensuality D. individuality E. resilience 32. Which of the following has been observed in infants? A. Ejaculations have been observed in infant boys. B. Penile erection have rarely been observed in infants C. Orgasms have never been reported in girls during.
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  71. Which of the following is an example of developing sexual identity? A. Jean holding her infant son to comfort him. B. Tara feeling sexually attracted to her friend Lauren. C. An adult forcing a minor to engage in sexual intercourse. D. Siblings engaging in sexual relations. E. Ted feeling comforted by a hug from.
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  81. Which of the following is true of sexism? A. Sexism brings hatred of, or prejudice toward, only females. B. Gender stereotypes and sexism rarely escalate to violence in any culture. C. In some societies, the idea that women are inferior is taken as a given. D. Gender roles and standards of masculinity and.
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  61. In girls, _____ increase(s) estrogen levels in the ovaries. A. gonadotropins B. testosterone C. antiprogestogens D. antigonadotropins E. androgens 62. Which of the following glands is responsible for releasing gonadotropins? A. Adrenal gland B. Pituitary gland C. Thyroid gland D. Pancreas E. Ovaries 63. Which of the following primarily occurs during puberty? A. Development of the cardiovascular system B. Development of neurological.
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  91. Bill’s peers may have been influenced by the overt beliefs of the townsfolk as they were growing up, indicating his peers possessed which of the following beliefs? A. Person-based attraction B. Fluidity C. Transphobia D. Minority stress E. Internalized homophobia 92. Bill’s death is an example of: A. person-based attraction. B. fluidity. C. transphobia. D. hate crime. E. internalized homophobia. 93..
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  31. When a female fetus has XY chromosomes or when a male fetus has XX chromosomes, which of the following conditions is said to have occurred? A. Intersexuality B. Transgender C. Sexual dimorphism D. Sexual differentiation E. Absence of conception 32. In an intersexed fetus, which of the following states is present? A. A female fetus is.
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  41. In the context of genes as a potential source of sexual orientation: A. genes are irrelevant as a possible source or cause of sexual orientation. B. twin studies show how the combination of genetics and interactive biopsychosocial sources may explain sexual orientation. C. it is scientifically possible to establish connections between genes.
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  11. Every society has cultural meanings that surround gender roles and these meanings stay constant. 12. Gender expectations are conveyed through the toys that parents give their children. 13. Conformity in the social sphere is looked down upon by many adolescents and adhering to traditional gender roles tends to jeopardize social acceptance.
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  61. Which of the following is an argument presented against androgyny? A. An androgynous person is psychologically unhealthy. B. An androgynous person is low on both expressive and instrumental traits. C. Androgyny is a culture-bound issue, relative to the historical period and society in which one grows up. D. An androgynous gender role is.
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  21. Abstinence only programs have been shown to be very effective in providing the appropriate sexual information to adolescents. 22. _____ refers to a period of rapid bodily and sexual maturation that occurs mainly in early adolescence. A. Neotony B. Puberty C. Infancy D. Adulthood E. Menopause 23. Despite growing up in a household with an.
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  51. _____ refers to mental or cognitive representations of marriage including ideas about how married couples interact. A. Value messages B. Marriage scripts C. Sensory messages D. Secular trends E. Sexual socialization 52. Paul, who is five-years-old, observes his father giving his mother a peck on the cheek before leaving for work. Later, he mimics the.
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  True/False Questions 1. Sex is based on external social, cultural, and environmental elements. 2. Gender is based primarily on biological elements. 3. A person’s biological sex is determined at the moment of birth. 4. Intersexuality is congenital, and involves chromosomal, genital, and gonadal variations. 5. The term transgender implies same-sex attraction. 6. The hormone for female-to-male.
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