Transgender Sample Clauses

Transgender. A general term that refers to a person whose gender identity differs from the person’s sex assigned at birth. A transgender person may or may not have a gender expression that is different from the social expectations of the sex assigned at birth. A transgender person may or may not identify as “transsexual.”
Transgender. An individual whose gender identity does not align with their biologically assigned sex at birth. PSFProject San Francisco. Primary site of research and data collection. HDIHealth Development Initiative. Secondary site of research and data collection. AFAB/AMAB – Assigned Female at Birth/Assigned Male at Birth – Each of these refers to an individual’s biologically assigned sex, not their gender or gender identity. MSM – Men who have Sex with Men WSW – Women who have Sex with Women Passing – A term typically relating to transgender individuals, though it can also pertain to gay men and lesbian, meaning that they are able to be seen as the gender with which they self- identify. An example of this would be a transgender female (someone who was assigned male at birth) being recognized in public as a female (HHS, 2012).
Transgender. The umbrella term used to describe those who have a gender identity, expressions or behaviours different from their birth sex. Note: The correct way to use the term is an adjective not a noun: He is a wealthy man = He is a transgender man, She is pretty = She is transgender. Do not say: “She is a transgender” or “Transgendered” Transgender woman: Someone who was born male and now lives and identifies himself as a female This person may or may not have changed his/her physical body with surgery, hormones, or in other ways. Trangender man: Someone who was born female but who lives and identifies himself as a male. This person may or may not have changed his/her physical body with surgery, hormones, or in other ways. Transsexual: Feeling the need to have your body reflect your gender identity, which often does not align with your sex at birth. Many transsexual people elect to have surgery to achieve physical characteristics that are typically associated with their gender. A note on pronouns: Sometimes with members of the LGBTQ community, it’s not clear if they identify themselves male, female, neither, or both. This can make using pronouns difficult. If you are unsure, just ask! It will feel uncomfortable at first, but more comfortable than calling them the wrong gender! The most important thing to remember is to accept and use the terms, labels and definitions that an LGBTQ person uses to refer to themselves. If you are unsure of the words to use, just ask what the person wants you to use and then use it! Session 3: Queer Sex Session Materials Objectives Flipchart Markers Facilitator Resource 3.1 Buzzer/Bell Handout 3.1 Pens/Pencils By the end of the session, participants will:  Identify 3 ways to have sex outside of common hetero-normative positions depicted in media (eg. doggy style, girl on top, missionary)  Role-play discussing sexual preferences with potential sex partners  Write down non-negotiable sex acts and why those boundaries are important to them PreparationPrint handout 3.1  Cue youtube video Key Points  When it comes to sexual activity, there is so much diversity and variation. To think of certain sexual desires or behavior as weird or abnormal creates this false belief that most people have sex a certain way. They don’t.  As long as all participants are adults, informed, and consenting, there is no wrong way to be sexually intimate.  The 2 keys to sexually fulfilling relationships is 1: Honest and clear communication and 2: Respecti...

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Gender Words used herein regardless of the number and gender specifically used, shall be deemed and construed to include any other number, singular or plural, and any other gender, masculine, feminine or neuter, as the context requires.
Genders The masculine, feminine and neuter genders used herein shall include the masculine, feminine and neuter genders.
Plurals and Gender Where appearing in this Agreement the singular shall include the plural and the masculine shall include the feminine, and vice versa, unless the context clearly indicates a different meaning.
Gender Neutral Wherever used herein, a pronoun in the masculine gender shall be considered as including the feminine gender unless the context clearly indicates otherwise.
Number; Gender Whenever the context so requires, the singular number shall include the plural and the plural shall include the singular, and the gender of any pronoun shall include the other genders.
Singular Includes the Plural; Gender; Title Reference Whenever the singular number is used in this Contract and when required by the context, the same shall include the plural, and the use of any gender, be it masculine, feminine or neuter, shall include all of the genders, and the word “person” or “entity” shall include corporation, firm, partnership, or any other combination or association. The use of the title “Bidder”, “Vendor”, “Contractor” or “Consultant” within this contract or associated bid documents shall be deemed interchangeable and shall refer to the person or entity with whom the City of Sparks is contracting for the service or product referenced within this contract.
Singular, Plural, Gender References to one gender include all genders and references to the singular include the plural and vice versa.
Number and Gender Unless the context otherwise requires, words importing the singular include the plural and vice versa and words importing gender include all genders.
Headings; Gender The headings of this Agreement are for convenience of reference and shall not form part of, or affect the interpretation of, this Agreement. Unless the context clearly indicates otherwise, each pronoun herein shall be deemed to include the masculine, feminine, neuter, singular and plural forms thereof. The terms “including,” “includes,” “include” and words of like import shall be construed broadly as if followed by the words “without limitation.” The terms “herein,” “hereunder,” “hereof” and words of like import refer to this entire Agreement instead of just the provision in which they are found.
Gender; Number Words used herein regardless of the number and gender specifically used, shall be deemed and construed to include any other number, singular or plural, and any other gender, masculine, feminine or neuter, as the context requires.