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12014-09-22T23:21:41-07:00Samantha Closef42637f3cf8f8e584095341d3b0809f178e3d4496103Glossary term for "gender"plain2014-10-27T20:16:21-07:00Liana Gamber-Thompson4d10e39d773c91f7aa7133dc1fd8bdeb8a267e42Gender is a socially constructed cultural category that is ascribed to differences in sex. Sex (such as female, male, or intersex) is usually defined by biological determinants, such as reproductive organs and sex chromosomes. Gender refers to the values, beliefs, and behaviors associated with these differences in sex, or the socially and culturally constructed ideas of masculinity and femininity.
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