SOCI 119 De Anza College Sociology Intersexuality Questions

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In “How do Heterosexual Undergraduate Students Define Having Sex?,” which of the following was NOT one of Sewell and Strassberg's findings?

A.the context within which physical intimacy occurs significantly affects judgements whether they count as "sex" among the undergraduate students in the study

B.There is a direct link among the undergraduate students in the study to uncertainty about what counts as "sex" and engaging in risky behaviors.

C.There is substantial uncertainty when it comes to defining what counts as "sex" among the undergraduate students in the study

D.there is a strong social norm among the undergraduate students in the study that penile-vaginal intercourse counts as having "sex"

Which of the following is NOT argued by Georgiann Davis in “Bringing Intersexy Back”?

A.Intersexuality has primarily been viewed as an abnormality within the medical community that needs to be surgically corrected.

B.Recently, the medical community has argued for a shift away from intersex and sex reversal terminology in favor of new “disorders of sexual development” language.

C.Most respondents went through genital surgery as children, which left them emotionally and physically scarred.

D.The medical profession has historically embraced intersexuality as a challenge to the sex binary and as evidence of the naturally occurring sexual variability that exists

According to Brandon Ambrosino’s essay “I Am Gay—But I Wasn’t Born This Way,” growing public support for gays and lesbians is most related to...

A.the increase in gay and lesbian characters on television.

B.one’s own same-gender sexual experience(s).

C.knowing someone who is gay.

D.believing that people are born homosexual or heterosexual.


In Toni Silva’s article “Bud-Sex,” many of the married participants...

A.wanted open relationships so they could be honest with their wives.

B.wanted their wives to participate in group sex with other men

C.described their marriages as unhappy.

D,did not consider having sex with other men as cheating on their wives.

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In “How do Heterosexual Undergraduate Students Define Having Sex?,” which of the following
was NOT one of Sewell and Strassberg's fi...


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