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having some combination of both male and female characteristics

intersex

2

gender or genders that a person is attracted to physically, emotionally, sexually, and romantically

sexual orientation

3

Historically derogatory; beginning to be embraced by the LGBTQ+ community as a symbol of pride, representing all individuals who fall out of the gender and sexuality “norms.”

queer

4

queer is a term that is being ___________.

reclaimed

5

______ is a term that is being reclaimed.

queer

6

Describe the Kinsey Scale of categorizing sexual orientation.

This scale works on a scale of 0 to 6. 0 being completely hetero sexual, 3 being equally heterosexual and homosexual, and 6 being completelty homosexual.

7

Describe the Klein Scale of categorizing sexual orientation.

This scale works on a scale of 0 to 7. 0 being other sex only, and 7 being same sex only.

It is also based on your past, present, and ideal. Each variable: sexual attraction, sexual behavior, sexual fantasies, emotional preference, social preference, self-identification, and lifestyle.

8

Explain how asexuality exists on a spectrum.

Asexuality can mean celibacy, abstinence, and asexuality.

Celibacy, means abstaining from marriage and sexual relations.

Abstinence, means waiting for the right person or marriage.

Asexuality, means not have sex due to not having a sexual drive whatsoever.

9

Lack of romantic attraction towards anyone.

aromantic

10

Romantic attraction that is both genders – the romantic aspect of bisexuality.

biromantic

11

Romantic attraction towards person(s) of a different gender – the romantic aspect of heterosexuality.

heteromantic

12

Romantic attraction towards person(s) of the same gender – the romantic aspect of homosexuality.

homoromantic

13

Romantic attraction towards person(s) of every gender – the romantic aspect of pansexuality.

panromantic

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The practice, desire, or acceptance of intimate relationships that are not exclusive with respect to other sexual or intimate relationships, with ___________ and _______ of everyone involved.

This is known as ___________ __________.

knowledge
consent

relational orientation

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Poly, consensual non-monogamy

relational orientation

16

Masters and Johnson- divides sexuality into 4 phases:
1.
2.
3.
4.

1. excitement
2. plateau
3. orgasm
4. resolution

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Knapp has ____ different stages divided into ____ phases.

10
3

18

What are the three phrases in Knapp's relationship model?

1. Coming Together
2. Relational Maintenance
3. Coming Apart

19

List the 10 stages of Knapp's relationship model.

1. initiation stage
2. experimentation stage
3. Intensifying Stage
4. Integration Stage
5. Bonding Stage
6. Differentiating stage
7. Circumscribing stage
8. Stagnation stage
9. Avoidance stage
10. Termination stage

20

Which stages of Knapp's relationship model are under the "coming together" phrase?

(1) initiation stage-pick up lines
(2) Experimentation Stage
(3) Intensifying Stage

21

Which stages of Knapp's relationship model are under the "relational maintenance" phrase?

(4) Integration Stage-seeing how you fit together; setting relationship goals
(5) Bonding Stage
(6) Differentiating stage
(7) Circumscribing stage-avoid talking about certain topics 

22

Which stages of Knapp's relationship model are under the "coming apart" phrase?

(8) Stagnation stage -avoid talking completely
(9) Avoidance stage-dislike them
(10) Termination stage

23

What is the difference between loving and liking?

In love there is more interdependence. The expectation in liking is usually not as strong.

24

List the stages of grief.

1. denial
2. anger
3. bargaining 
4. depression
5. acceptance 

25

What are the differences between acute and complicated grief?

Acute Grief:
• the immediate reaction 
• shock, anger, denial
• somatic responses (they tremble, etc.)

Complicated Grief:
• maybe some other trauma related to that grief 
• long lasting systems 

26

What are the myths about suicide?

1. suicide often takes place with little or no warning
2. people who talk about committing suicide will not do it
3. young people are more likely than old people to kill themselves
4. people who are suicidal remain so forever
5. people who attempt suicide are intent on dying

27

What is the definition of values?

an important attitude or belief that commits us to take action, to do something; also beliefs that we accept by choice.