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2. What is Androgyny?

  • Someone who wants to be the opposite sex.
  • The change from being one gender to another.
  • When people identify themselves are being neither masculine or feminine but rather a third gender.
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3. What is different activities?

  • Parents encourge behaviour which is seen as normal for the child's sex and discourage what is seen as deviant.
  • Names that children are called which each them to identify with the appropriate gender. e.g. good girl
  • Children are encouraged to involove themselves in different activities. e.g. boys and outdoors
  • Channelling the child's interests into toys and activities seen as normal for his or her sex.

4. What is canalisation?

  • Parents encourge behaviour which is seen as normal for the child's sex and discourage what is seen as deviant.
  • Channelling the child's interests into toys and activities seen as normal for his or her sex.
  • Children are encouraged to involove themselves in different activities. e.g. boys and outdoors
  • Names that children are called which each them to identify with the appropriate gender. e.g. good girl

5. Those who have female and male internal and external genitalia combined are called?

  • Androgyny
  • Hermaphrodites
  • Transsexuals
  • Heterosexual

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