Arrangements of a society used to benefit one group at the expense of another through the use of language, media, education, religion, economics, etc. An identity label sometimes adopted by female-to-male transsexuals to signify that they are men while still affirming their history as females. Sexual Orientation as Cue: Usually subdivided into "male" and "female" to the exclusion of any others; however, scientists have identified more than 40 human sex categories, two of which are male and female. Also, the benefits homosexuals and bisexuals receive as a result of claiming heterosexual identity or denying homosexual or bisexual identity. A conscious or unconscious negative belief about a whole group of people and its individual members.
An identity label sometimes adopted by female-to-male transsexuals to signify that they are men while still affirming their history as females.
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Bornstein states that it takes four female cues to outweigh one male cue. Examples include hairstyle, gait, vocal inflection, body shape, and facial hair. This term refers to when a person chooses to be secretive in the public sphere about their gender history after transitioning or while successfully passing. Discrimination can take many forms, including individual acts of hatred or injustice and institutional denials of privileges normally accorded to other groups. Manners, decorum, protocol, and deportment. Any attitude, action, or practice — backed by an institutional power — that subordinates people because of their sexual orientation. Other cultures have their own terms, definitions, and identities.
Though often negative, it also can be complimentary. It is this determination that first classifies a human into a gendered category. Discrimination can take many forms, including individual acts of hatred or injustice and institutional denials of privileges normally accorded to other groups. Transphobia also can be found within the LGB community. Outing a person when they are not ready or comfortable can be very upsetting and damaging to an individual. This identity encompasses bodies and attraction outside of the gender binary. Used to describe people who transcend or transform expectations of gender norms through their identity, expression, or role.