sex: the natural/biological differences between males and females, has to do with genitals and hormones. male/female
Transphobia-belief that transsexual genders are less real or legitimate than that of cissexual
gender: the social and cultural ideas attributed to people based on their sex, the social constructs of what it means to be man/woman and what it means to transcend these binary categories, how you’re perceived, masculinity/fem
Intersex- individuals born w/ a reproductive or genital anatomy that does not conform to the typical definitions of male or female
Intersectionality: is the study of intersections between forms or systems of oppression, domination or discrimination
Heteronormativity- idea that being heterosexual is the norm and/or assumed culturally
Oppression- experience of being restrained by a st of institution barriers based on race, class, gender, secual orientation or age
Sexual harassment-form of sex discrimin. Where one uses ones authority implicitly or explicitly to coerce another into unwanted sexual relations or to create or allow an intimidating hostile or offensive working enviro thru sex conduct
Double bind: situations in which options are reduced to very few and all of them expose one to penalty, censure or deprivation.
Quid pro quo- this for that, coercion to give sex in exchange for something else
Politics of location: describes how a person is located in history and in society due to the intersections of their race,C G SexO, religion, nationality, culture, age, (dis)abilities
Hostile enviro- conduct of sex nature which unreasonable interefers w/ work performance or creates an intimidating, hostile or offensive enviro.
Trans men: biologically F, identifies as M Trans women: opposite of trans man
Feminization of poverty-women experience disportionately high rates of poverty
Domestic violence: violence and abuse between people who are or were sexually involved with each other
Cisgender- describes a person whos gender identity is in agreement with their sex