5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- matrix domination
- a 'genetic' the biological distinctions & features between males females, and intersexed. there are five sexes - female/male/herms/merms/ferms. (genetic determinations)
- b culturally dominant belief in society.
- c perceived by others to have shared cultural characteristics. (language, symbols, religion)
- d system of inequality *
- e both ovaries and testes.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- dominate controls benefits from injustice of exploitations and abuse that is derived from the subordinate.
- express feelings but has not been through that situation.
- has testes but also parts of the female genitalia.
- what we see as real suggests that is the result of human interaction.
- express feelings and has been through that situation.
5 True/False Questions
ferms → both ovaries and testes.
intersexual → the physical and endocrinological (inner makeup), viewed different from the norm. those born outside the platonic dimorphic mold.
racialization → any previous group that hasn't been classified previously. (ex: interracial relationship, blood was supposed to be kept pure not diluted.)
dimorphic absolutes → 'majority rules the most votes'.
self alienation → 'exclusion', not belonging to the community or dominant culture.