Gender refers to social and cultural differences, while sex refers to biological differences.
Sexual orientation refers to an individual's sexual and romantic attraction to others.
Sexual orientation refers to an individual's sexual and romantic attraction, while gender identity refers to an individual's deeply felt sense of being male, female, or something else.
Both biological and environmental factors can influence sexual orientation.
Gender dysphoria is a psychological disorder where an individual's gender identity does not match their assigned sex at birth.
Societal attitudes and beliefs can significantly influence sexual behavior.
Sexual consent is the willingness and agreement to participate in sexual activity without coercion or force.
Communication is important for expressing desires, boundaries, and ensuring consent in sexual relationships.
Pornography can shape sexual attitudes and behaviors, but the effects vary among individuals.
Sexual orientation is a spectrum and includes heterosexual, homosexual, and bisexual orientations, among others.