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Differences between gender, sex and sexual identity II
Differences between gender, sex and sexual identity II
Differences between gender, sex and sexual identity II
Differences between gender, sex and sexual identity II
Differences between gender, sex and sexual identity II
Differences between gender, sex and sexual identity II
Differences between gender, sex and sexual identity II
Differences between gender, sex and sexual identity II
Differences between gender, sex and sexual identity II
Differences between gender, sex and sexual identity II
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  • 1. DIFFERENCES BETWEEN GENDER, SEX AND SEXUAL IDENTITY
  • 2. GENDER Refers to the behaviors, social concepts of roles, activities and attributes that each society considers appropiate for men and women. This involves beliefs and values ​​in every culture of what is masculine and feminine, individual characteristics and how they relate to each other.
  • 3. SEX It basically refers to the physiological and anatomical condition that organic differentiate men from women
  • 4. SEXUAL IDENTITY It is the set of psychological, biological and social characteristics that define each individual in relation to sex and sexual pleasure activities, reproduction and relationships with others. They are part of the sexuality, for example, sexual orientation (heterosexuality, homosexuality, bisexuality, asexuality) and sexual role (female, male, changeable).

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