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Decoding Sex, Gender and Sexuality

Examining, exploring and understanding the significance of distinctions between sex, gender and sexuality
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Jessica Willis

on 27 January 2016

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Transcript of Decoding Sex, Gender and Sexuality

Brainstorming
What is:
Sex?
Gender?
Sexuality?
SEX - Biological Meanings
Attached to the Physical Body
Sex organs
Chromosomes
Hormones
Female
Male
Intersex
Transexual
FtM
MtF
GENDER -
Socially Constructed
Visual and Behavioral Norms of Appearance/Perception/Identity
Woman
Man
Transgender
Masculine (ized)
Feminine (ized)
Androgynous
Butch
Femme
Genderqueer
Transvestite
Drag queen/king
SEXUALITY
Attraction / Desire
Homosexual
Heterosexual
Lesbian
Gay
Bisexual
Queer
Asexual
Pansexual / Omnisexual
Questioning
Curious
Straight
Sex Gender Sexuality
What is Sex?
What is Gender?
What is Sexuality?
Macro: Cultural discourse, structural organization, social ideas
Micro: Individuals experiences in their bodies
How we move, live and interact with the world
Sex, gender, and sexuality are DYNAMIC concepts

Meanings change over time and across cultures
- Socially, culturally, and historically dynamic -
Making it Matter in Everyday Interactions
Three Framing Points
1) All knowledge is political
2) We are all co-creators of knowldge
3) Every moment is a teaching opportunity

LOVE
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