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Question:

What does LGBTQ stand for?

Response:

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Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Queerlesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered, and queer
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Question:

Which of these is false?

Response:

In 2011, California was the first state to pass a bill requiring  public schools to teach the history of gays and lesbians.

Of the U.S. states, California has the least amount of hate groups overall.

There was a law that banned gay and lesbian foreigners from entering the U.S. and was not repealed until 1990.

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What did Laud Humphrey study in his controversial dissertation and book the “Tearoom Trade?”

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He studied male homosexual sex acts in public places

He studied male-to-female transsexuals who had recently undergone sex change operations

He studied the way in which tea can be used to promote sexual arousal

He studied lesbian intimacy in Japan

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How many U.S. states have legalized gay marriage?LB

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7

12

15

28

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What did Alfred Kinsey aim to demonstrate in creating the Kinsey Scale?

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Sexual orientation lies on a continuum and is more fluid than it was previously believed to be.

Modern women were eating too much and needed a reminder about obesity.

Heterosexuality and homosexuality are very distinct, can be rigidly defined, and are easily observed.

Homosexuality is not a psychological disease.