30 MCQ on Understanding Man and Woman


30 MCQ on Understanding Man and Woman

 1. Question: Gender refers to:

a. Biological differences between males and females b. Socially constructed roles and behaviors associated with being male or female c. Genetic variations between males and females d. Physical characteristics that differentiate males and females Answer: b. Socially constructed roles and behaviors associated with being male or female

2. Question: Sexuality encompasses: a. Sexual orientation and gender identity b. Biological differences between males and females c. Sexual activity and reproductive functions d. Emotional and romantic relationships Answer: a. Sexual orientation and gender identity

3. Question: The term "stereotype" in the context of gender refers to: a. Oversimplified and fixed ideas about the characteristics of males and females b. Biological differences between males and females c. Gender-neutral behaviors and characteristics d. Non-binary gender identities Answer: a. Oversimplified and fixed ideas about the characteristics of males and females

4. Question: Gender equality advocates for: a. Equal opportunities, rights, and treatment for all genders b. Male dominance in society c. Female superiority in society d. Segregation based on gender Answer: a. Equal opportunities, rights, and treatment for all genders

5. Question: "Androgyny" refers to: a. Displaying both masculine and feminine traits and behaviors b. Identifying as non-binary c. A term used to describe only males d. Displaying exaggerated masculine traits Answer: a. Displaying both masculine and feminine traits and behaviors

6. Question: Which of the following is an example of a gender role? a. Men being expected to be assertive and strong b. Genetic differences between males and females c. Sexual attraction to a particular gender d. The ability to bear children Answer: a. Men being expected to be assertive and strong

7. Question: Gender identity is: a. One's deeply-felt sense of being male, female, or something else b. Biological differences between males and females c. The sexual act itself d. A term used interchangeably with gender expression Answer: a. One's deeply-felt sense of being male, female, or something else

8. Question: Gender dysphoria refers to: a. Distress caused by the incongruence between one's gender identity and assigned sex at birth b. The desire to have multiple gender identities c. A specific gender identity that aligns with societal expectations d. Emotional distress caused by societal gender norms Answer: a. Distress caused by the incongruence between one's gender identity and assigned sex at birth

9. Question: "Heteronormativity" refers to: a. The assumption that heterosexuality is the norm and is superior to other sexual orientations b. The acceptance of diverse sexual orientations c. The preference for same-sex relationships d. The belief that gender identity is fixed and unchanging Answer: a. The assumption that heterosexuality is the norm and is superior to other sexual orientations

10. Question: Gender socialization involves: a. Learning and internalizing societal norms and expectations associated with one's gender b. Biological determination of gender roles c. The choice to adopt a particular gender identity d. The physical development of secondary sexual characteristics Answer: a. Learning and internalizing societal norms and expectations associated with one's gender

11. Question: "Cisgender" refers to individuals whose gender identity: a. Matches their sex assigned at birth b. Differs from their sex assigned at birth c. Is non-binary d. Is fluid and changes over time Answer: a. Matches their sex assigned at birth

12. Question: The belief that gender is a continuum and not limited to a binary understanding is associated with: a. Gender fluidity b. Gender conformity c. Gender segregation d. Gender hierarchy Answer: a. Gender fluidity

13. Question: Which term describes the unequal power and opportunities that exist between men and women in society? a. Gender inequality b. Gender parity c. Gender diversity d. Gender equilibrium Answer: a. Gender inequality

14. Question: "Matriarchy" refers to: a. A social system where women hold primary power and roles of political leadership b. A social system where men hold primary power and roles of political leadership c. Equal power distribution between men and women d. A society without any defined power structure Answer: a. A social system where women hold primary power and roles of political leadership

15. Question: Intersectionality in gender studies refers to: a. The interconnected nature of social categorizations such as race, class, and gender b. A specific gender identity c. The hierarchy of gender roles d. The biological differences between men and women Answer: a. The interconnected nature of social categorizations such as race, class, and gender

16. Question: "Patriarchy" refers to: a. A social system where men hold primary power and roles of political leadership b. A social system where women hold primary power and roles of political leadership c. Equal power distribution between men and women d. A society without any defined power structure Answer: a. A social system where men hold primary power and roles of political leadership

17. Question: Gender expression encompasses: a. How individuals outwardly show their gender through clothing, behavior, and appearance b. Biological differences between males and females c. One's deeply-felt sense of being male, female, or something else d. The genetic basis of gender identity Answer: a. How individuals outwardly show their gender through clothing, behavior, and appearance

18. Question: "Transgender" refers to individuals whose gender identity: a. Differs from their sex assigned at birth b. Matches their sex assigned at birth c. Is fluid and changes over time d. Is exclusively non-binary Answer: a. Differs from their sex assigned at birth

19. Question: "Gender gap" typically refers to the disparity in: a. Opportunities, resources, and treatment between genders b. Biological differences between males and females c. Marriage rates between males and females d. Educational achievements among different genders Answer: a. Opportunities, resources, and treatment between genders

20. Question: "Cissexism" refers to: a. Discrimination against transgender individuals b. The belief that transgender individuals deserve equal rights c. The belief that cisgender individuals deserve equal rights d. Discrimination against cisgender individuals Answer: a. Discrimination against transgender individuals

21. Question: The belief that one's gender identity does not fit within the traditional understanding of male or female is termed as: a. Non-binary b. Heteronormative c. Cisgender d. Androgynous Answer: a. Non-binary

22. Question: "Gender segregation" refers to: a. The physical, legal, and cultural separation of people based on their gender b. The integration of people of all genders in all aspects of society c. The choice to identify with a gender d. The belief in gender equality Answer: a. The physical, legal, and cultural separation of people based on their gender

23. Question: "Gender performativity" was introduced by: a. Judith Butler b. Sigmund Freud c. Simone de Beauvoir d. Karl Marx Answer: a. Judith Butler

24. Question: "Gender schema theory" suggests that: a. Individuals develop mental frameworks for understanding gender b. Gender is determined solely by biological factors c. Gender is a result of social conditioning d. Gender is a fixed and unchanging aspect of identity Answer: a. Individuals develop mental frameworks for understanding gender

25. Question: "Heterosexuality" refers to: a. Romantic and/or sexual attraction between individuals of the opposite gender b. Romantic and/or sexual attraction between individuals of the same gender c. A lack of romantic or sexual attraction to any gender d. Romantic and/or sexual attraction to all genders Answer: a. Romantic and/or sexual attraction between individuals of the opposite gender

26. Question: The practice of assigning social roles and expectations based on an individual's perceived or assigned gender is known as: a. Gender typing b. Gender liberation c. Gender diversity d. Gender indifference Answer: a. Gender typing

27. Question: "Intersectional feminism" acknowledges and addresses: a. The interconnected nature of social categorizations like race, class, and gender that create overlapping systems of discrimination b. The superiority of one gender over another c. The differences between genders that should remain distinct d. The equal treatment of all genders Answer: a. The interconnected nature of social categorizations like race, class, and gender that create overlapping systems of discrimination

28. Question: "Sexual orientation" refers to: a. A person's emotional, romantic, or sexual attraction to another person b. One's biological sex c. The gender assigned at birth d. A person's physical appearance Answer: a. A person's emotional, romantic, or sexual attraction to another person

29. Question: The belief in and advocacy for the rights, autonomy, and freedoms of women based on the equality of the sexes is known as: a. Feminism b. Androgyny c. Patriarchy d. Sexism Answer: a. Feminism

30. Question: The term "misogyny" refers to: a. Hatred, contempt, or prejudice against women or girls b. Hatred, contempt, or prejudice against men or boys c. A feminist movement d. A gender-neutral term for discrimination Answer: a. Hatred, contempt, or prejudice against women or girls

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