Cross-dressing: Quiz

Question 1: Furthermore, historic figures were often unable to identify themselves as homosexual, transgender, ________, or transvestite because these classifications simply had no names or social recognition in their era.
TranssexualismHomosexualityAndrogynyThird gender

Question 2: Some female-bodied people undergoing ________ also self-identify as drag kings although this use of "drag king" would generally be considered inaccurate.
TransgenderSex reassignment therapyTranssexualismGender identity

Question 3: Ulrika Eleonora Stålhammar was a Swedish woman who served as a soldier during the ________ and married a woman.
Livonian WarGreat Northern WarPolish–Soviet WarPolish–Muscovite War (1605–1618)

Question 4: Modern ________ regard her as a mythical figure who originated from 13th century anti-papal satire.
Modern historyHistoryHistorianHistoriography

Question 5: A transvestic fetishist is a person (typically a ________ male) who cross-dresses as part of a sexual fetish.
Sexual orientationHeterosexualityBisexualityHomosexuality

Question 6: Because female enlistment was barred, many women fought for both the Union and the Confederacy during the ________ while dressed as men.
United StatesAmerican Civil WarTennesseeBleeding Kansas

Question 7: ________ and Mary Read were late 17th century pirates.
Anne BonnyStede BonnetBlackbeardEdward Low

Question 8: Him from the ________ series is shown every time wearing a typical-skirt, fishnet stockings, and high heel boots.
Foster's Home for Imaginary FriendsSamurai JackDexter's LaboratoryThe Powerpuff Girls

Question 9: [1] Cross-dressing has been used for disguise, ________ and as a literary trope in modern times and throughout history.
FluxusConceptual artNoise (music)Performance art

Question 10: The famous low-budget filmmaker ________ said he often wore women's underwear under his military uniform during World War II.
Ed Wood (film)Glen or GlendaEd WoodPlan 9 from Outer Space

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