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Gender identity: Quiz

  
  

Question 1: It is not necessarily based on biological fact, either real or perceived, nor is it always based on ________.
Sexual orientationBisexualityHomosexualityLesbian

Question 2: Alternatively, some people who experience gender dysphoria retain the genitalia that they were born with (see ________ for some of the possible reasons), but adopt a gender role that is consonant with what they perceive as their gender identity.
AndrogynyThird genderTranssexualismTransgender

Question 3: They can run their own households, and their occupations are singing and dancing, working as cooks or servants, sometimes ________ (for men), or long-term sexual partners for men.
Sex and the lawProstitutionProstitution by countrySexual ethics

Question 4: However, similarly to men in their society, xaniths can marry women, proving their masculinity by consummating the ________.
Romance (love)PolyamoryMarriageFamily

Question 5: Should a ________ or death take place, these men can revert to their status as xaniths at the next wedding.
DivorceMarriageDivorce (United States)Wife

Question 6: Most are biologically male or ________, but some are biologically female.
Third genderIntersexualityTranssexualismSexual orientation

Question 7: His book Man and Woman, Boy and Girl (1972) became widely used as a ________, although many of Money's ideas have since been challenged.
TextbookHomerAncient GreeceConnected Mathematics

Question 8: During the 1950s and '60s, psychologists began studying gender development in young children, partially in an effort to understand the origins of ________ (which was viewed as a mental disorder at the time).
LesbianHomosexualitySexual orientationBisexuality

Question 9: The influence of ________ on the female fetus causes virilization, showing in external sexual genitalia in various degrees: clitoral hypertrophy, labial fusion and sometimes appearing as fully ambiguous genitalia.
ProgesteroneEstradiolTestosteroneDehydroepiandrosterone

Question 10: The ________ of the PreOptic Area (SDN-POA) for example, shows a sexually dimorphic difference favoring males; the SDN is normally several times larger in males.
EstrogenAndrogen receptorSexually dimorphic nucleusTestosterone
















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