Guiding Thought Question: Why might it be difficult for students who do not identify as male or female, or females who were born as males and males who who born as females, to feel accepted in societies?
Today's Learning Objective: Students will examine the debates associated with sexual orientation and gender identity and their impacts on the process of socialization. Students will take notes and then answer a series of thought questions relating to the topics.
Disclaimer: The purpose of this lesson is not to try to force you to accept a certain perspective, it is providing information regarding differing perspectives relating to human sexuality. That being said it is not ok to discriminate against someone because of their choices in gender identification or sexual orientation.
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