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Is gender fluid? : a primer for the 21st century / Sally Hines.

By: Hines, Sally [auteur.]Material type: TextTextSeries: Big idea (Thames and Hudson)Publication details: Angleterre: Thames and Hudson, 2018, 2018. Description: 143 p. : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 23 cmISBN: 9780500293683; 0500293686Subject(s): Gender identity | Identité sexuelle | Gender nonconformity | Transgenrisme | Sex role | Rôle selon le sexe | Transgender people | Transgenres | Transgender people | Sex role | Gender nonconformity | Gender identityDDC classification: 305.3 LOC classification: HQ1075 | .H54 2018HQ1075 | .H56 2018HQ18.55 | .H564 2018
Contents:
Gender as an expression of biological sex -- Gender as a social construct -- Gender diversity -- Gender activism.
Summary: "When we are born, we are each assigned a biological gender based on our physical anatomy. But why is it that some people experience such dissonance between their biological sex and their inner identity? Is gender something we are or something we do? Is our expression of gender inborn or does it develop as we grow? Are the traditional binary male and female gender roles relevant in an increasingly fluid and flexible world? This intelligent, stimulating book assesses the connections between gender, psychology, culture and sexuality, and reveals how individual and social attitudes have evolved over the centuries"--Publisher's description.
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"Over 160 illustrations."

Includes index.

Gender as an expression of biological sex -- Gender as a social construct -- Gender diversity -- Gender activism.

"When we are born, we are each assigned a biological gender based on our physical anatomy. But why is it that some people experience such dissonance between their biological sex and their inner identity? Is gender something we are or something we do? Is our expression of gender inborn or does it develop as we grow? Are the traditional binary male and female gender roles relevant in an increasingly fluid and flexible world? This intelligent, stimulating book assesses the connections between gender, psychology, culture and sexuality, and reveals how individual and social attitudes have evolved over the centuries"--Publisher's description.

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