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Which of the following does not describe intersex?CorrectIncorrect
True or False: Medical/surgical procedures are requires for transgender individuals.CorrectIncorrect
True or false: medical/surgical procedures must happen in a liner and progressive fashionCorrectIncorrect
Match the phenotype with its characteristics.
- Typical changes at puberty include breast development, widening of hips, presence of pubic hair and armpit hair, menstruation, and a growth spurt.
- Typical changes at puberty include a growth spurt, greater presence of body and public hair, voice change, and genital growth.
- A combination of symptoms depending on hormone processing, genetic instruction, and predominant genes.
What are the irreversible effects of puberty that trans girls (AMAB) may experience during adolescent puberty? Select all that apply.CorrectIncorrect
What are the irreversible effects of puberty that trans boys (AFAB) may experience during adolescent puberty? Select all that apply.CorrectIncorrect
Put in order the typical progression that a young transgender individual might experience when puberty begins.
Hormone Replacement Therapy begins
Youth has the ability to further explore their gender identity while delaying the irreversible effects of puberty
Individual experiences puberty that aligns with their identified gender
Administration of hormone blocking regimens is provided for the youth
The first stage of puberty begins