Watson describes the difference between gender and sexual orientation. Kailey, a transsexual activist, discusses his life experience and the college course he taught on sexual identity.
Denise began transitioning at the age of 18, had her initial general surgery at 26, and is now 46 and married for 17 years. She explains her sex life and hormone treatments.
Cailynn and Chris are college students who describe themselves as gender queer. They share their lives and answer some of the most commonly asked questions concerning their sexual attractions and their sexual orientation.
Credits: Transgender and Gender Identity: Clinical Conversations for the Human Sexuality Classroom
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Many people confuse the concepts of sexual orientation and gender identity. Gender identity is the term describing your sense of your gender expression – do you identify as male or female or both or neither? Matt and Denise are F to M and M to F persons who are transgendered. They give insight into their transitions and their lives. Cailynn and Chris use “gender queer” and “agendered” to describe themselves. Where do you fit on the gender continuum?
Length: 30 minutes
Copyright date: ©2015
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