In other words, I propose the following hierarchy: regardless of phonological or morphological ending, biological sex
predominates as an indicator of gender for animates (except in the case of epicenes and other related instances): the terms virgen 'virgin', modelo '(female) model' (both f.
The results indicate that self-concept masculinity and femininity both have a positive relationship with CDMSE suggesting that self-concept outweighs biological sex
in some aspects of career development.
The fluidity of masculine through to feminine performance on Greek Gold illustrates the detachment of an assumed naturalised gender, in terms of biological sex
characteristics, from the very conditions of biology and nature.
It noted gender to encompass not only a person's biological sex
but also the "cultural and social aspects associated with masculinity and femininity" and relied on the U.
Ensuring the inclusion of appropriate and accurate definitions of the various terms (sexual orientation, gender identity, biological sex
, transgender, intersex, etc.
But the statute's protections sweep far broader than that, in part because the term 'gender' encompasses not only a person's biological sex
but also the cultural and social aspects associated with masculinity and femininity.
Regardless of the process utilized, researchers must not use the word gender to be reflective of a participant's biological sex
or sex to be reflective of a participant's socially-constructed gender.
Frequency of thinking about sex is related to variables beyond one's biological sex
According to the Association of Gay and Lesbian Psychiatrists (AGLP), the first modern descriptions of individuals who felt as though they were of a different gender than their biological sex
was in the mid-to-late 1800s (2007).
The researchers acknowledge several limitations of their analysis: Year-to-year differ-ences in sex ratios may have been due in part to random variation, the estimates of the number of selective abortions were necessarily crude, and the estimated biological sex
ratio of 950-975 females per L000 males is based on European and North American populations and may not.
As defined by Encyclopedia Britannica, gender identity is an individual's self-conception as being male or female, as distinguished from actual biological sex
Male teacher' is used when we are specifically referring to the biological sex
of the teacher, as in: " .
With time, the patient trusted the staff and slowly disclosed his biological sex
to the others, but asked we not treat him any differently and refer to him as we knew him.
How we comprehend and describe biological sex
(and its genital manifestations) is closely linked to cultural concepts about gender, which are thus inescapably ideological by nature.
, physical disability, sexual orientation and gender ideology) who are exposed to varying experiences at different points in the life course.