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The Five Sexes: Revisited

The Five Sexes: Revisited,Science,A. Fausto-sterling

The Five Sexes: Revisited   (Citations: 26)
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Journal: Science , 2002
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    • ...Ninety years later, Fausto-Sterling (2000) would take a similar position and say that “Modern society has moved beyond five sexes to recognition that gender variation is normal” (22)...

    Thomas Marino. Sexual Dimorphism and Sexual Intermediaries

    • ...It is not even always possible to place an individual in either of the sexes, as exemplified by intersexuals (Fausto-Sterling 1993, 2000a, b; Pieau et al. 1999)...
    • ...Human intersexuality, as well as sex change by transsexuals—intake of hormones induce secondary sexual characters—illustrates the plasticity of such traits (Fausto-Sterling 1993, 2000a, b). Among humans there are different levels of hormones resulting in a spectrum of phenotypes (from sex determination to morphology of sexual characteristics)...

    Malin Ah-Kinget al. Sex in an Evolutionary Perspective: Just Another Reaction Norm

    • ...Within her first chapter, Britton presents an intricate and comprehensive examination of the ways in which the legal definition of crime is socially constructed to only include acts committed by individual people (as opposed to corporations and the government), while also providing a concise review of influential gender studies literature (e.g., Connell 2002; Fausto-Sterling 2000; Humphreys 1975; Kessler and McKenna 1978; Miller 1998; West ...

    Shannon K. Jacobsen. The Differential Representation of Women and Men in Crime, Victimizati...

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