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Gender and Sexuality for Those Who Identify as LGBTQ

Talking About Gender & Sexuality

1. The acronym LGBTQ can be oppressive.

A. True

B. False

2. Which of the following is a term that describes a person’s gender identity?

A. Transgender

B. Lesbian

C. Gay

D. Bisexual

3. The word “homosexual” should be used to describe an individual that is either gay or a lesbian.

A. True

B. False

4. Which of the following is a term used by the medical community to refer to a person’s discomfort within their assigned gender?

A. Gender binary

B. Gender dysphoria

C. Genderqueer

D. Gender varient / Gender nonconforming

The Process of Coming Out

5. Throughout the coming out process, it’s typical for a person to feel:

A. Scared

B. Empowered

C. Confused

D. All of the above

6. Which coming out stage is the period when someone is actively talking for the first time about sexual orientation or gender identity with family, friends, coworkers, classmates, and others?

A. Stage 1: Coming out to self

B. Stage 2: Coming out to others

C. Stage 3: Living out

D. All of the above

7. Sometimes a person’s gender identity or sexuality is caused by an act of violence.

A. True

B. False

8. It may be helpful for victims in the coming out process to know that:

A. It’s okay to be confused or uncertain about whether or how they should come out.

B. They are not alone in healing from sexual assault.

C. They are not alone in their coming out process.

D. All of the above.

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