1.) Paragraph 1 (8-10 sentences): How do the authors you read in the context section of Gender & Sexuality define the following: sex, gender identity, sexuality, and gender expression?
Paragraph 2: (5-7 sentences): Discuss one way you can find that the definitions above may either support each other as definitions OR contradict each other as definitions.
Paragraph 3: (4-6 sentences): Select 1 of the definitions provided. Discuss 1 way the academic definition coincided with your previous understanding of the term. Further, discuss 1 way the academic definition did not coincide with your previous understanding of the term.
2.)How have people with disabilities been marginalized from mainstream society during historical and contemporary times? Select one example that can be considered historical and one example that can be considered contemporary.
3.)This question can be considered a series of short answers. Each response must be 4-6 sentences.
What is one example of the intersection between racism and youth oppression?
What is one example of the intersection between health and elder oppression?
4.)In Toward a New Vision: Race, Class and Gender as Categories of Analysis and Connection, P.H. Collins discusses the power of re-conceptualizing oppression in order to build the connections necessary to create change.
In paragraph 1 (5-7 sentences) explain in your own words what she means by this re-conceptualization of oppression?
In paragraph 2 (5-7 sentences) How does this essay help you think about the value of bridging differences in power and privilege in one of the issues you read about this semester?