What is fgm?

Instructions:
This final assignment offers an opportunity for you to reflect on the subjects covered during the second half of the semester. Please answer ONE of the questions below as a 5-page paper and TWO of the questions below as short 1-page responses. You will therefore be expected to answer THREE questions in total, amassing to at least 7-pages in length.
Questions:
Discuss the varying representations of masculinity in Ancient Greek and Iranian cultures? How are these representations either reflected or rejected in contemporary U.S. society?
What truth lies behind the veil? What are the explicit and implicit reasons for Muslim women to wear veils?
What is FGM? Why is it practiced? How does it reflect a common denial of female autonomy and sexuality?
How is hair gendered? In your answer refer to several different cultures in comparison to the hegemonic perspectives in the U.S.
How did the Celtic Warrior Queen Boudicca both physically and symbolically counter the invasive Roman patriarchal culture?
In what ways does the moon represent goddess worship? In your answer give both historical and contemporary examples of moon worship?
How is male privilege and catcalling connected? Why would men think they have the right to shout? In your answer give examples.
What ways does Swedish society reflect more progressive and fluid gender models? In your answer add what more you think needs to be down to make society more egalitarian/equitable/equal/fair.
Grading criteria for paper:
Short answer format: Each answer is worth 5 points – so make sure you make 5 clear, coherent, and above all correct points to ensure you get full marks.
Essay format: Does your paper have an introduction, supporting paragraphs and a conclusion? The biggest thing I’m looking for here is a good thesis statement and focus. A good thesis is your paper summed up into one sentence. If you can’t figure this out, try explaining what you are writing about to a friend. A short description should be easy to find. Then, include your supporting arguments in a few paragraphs, and restate the purpose of your paper in the conclusion. Each section of your paper must contain citations that reference material from the reading or outside sources. Footnotes for citations are required rather than endnotes (use Chicago-Style).
Grammar: Remember – don’t let the spellchecker do all the work for you. It tends to make a lot of really silly and obvious mistakes that proofreading would have picked up instantly. Also, how well your language and thoughts flow will be factored into this category. I will have to down grade answers that have egregious grammatical errors – so please bring your midterms to the writing center first if you know that your writing skills are not at a college level.
Style: 12 point font & double spaced.

Submit a cv and a one-page single-spaced letter explaining how your activism or community involvement is of value to lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, intersex, and two-spirit people.

Submit a CV AND a one-page single-spaced letter explaining how your activism or community involvement is of value to lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, intersex, and two-spirit people. Please include clear examples of your contributions in your letter!

(this is one of the papers we analyzed in class as well i couldn’t upload but you can find it ion google) razack, s. (2009).

Hello
i need my essay done before the due date, the topic title is at the top and the i will list the instructions below please when writing note that including subject material is very important that’s why I will list all the materials used in my class when we were studying this topic, anthe other four sources need to be scholarly
(this is one of the papers we analyzed in class as well I couldn’t upload but you can find it ion google) Razack, S. (2009). Gendered Racial Violence and Spatialized Justice: The Murder of Pamela George. In B.A. Crow & L. Gotell (Eds). Open Boundaries: A Canadian Women’s Studies Reader (pp.190-201). Pearson Press.

Define trans-misogyny and explain what you see as the potential impacts of this on trans women.

Define trans-misogyny and explain what you see as the potential impacts of this on trans women. How do you think trans-misogyny is akin to the misogyny that cis women face in the US? How is it different?
Describe the differences between sex, gender identity, and gender expression.
Based on the video by The Take, name and describe at least two of the dangerous and incorrect ways that trans people (usually trans women) have historically been portrayed in the media.
In general, explain how trans representation in media has changed over time. Why and in what ways has trans representation improved?

Why and in what ways has trans representation improved?

Define trans-misogyny and explain what you see as the potential impacts of this on trans women. How do you think trans-misogyny is akin to the misogyny that cis women face in the US? How is it different?
Describe the differences between sex, gender identity, and gender expression.
Based on the video by The Take, name and describe at least two of the dangerous and incorrect ways that trans people (usually trans women) have historically been portrayed in the media.
In general, explain how trans representation in media has changed over time. Why and in what ways has trans representation improved?

Signs of compassion fatigue can also show up through mood swings, anxiety, depression, trouble being productive, insomnia, exhaustion or even changes in one’s appetite.

#1…..People who work in a professional setting and have to deal with people’s trauma day in and day out could start feeling extreme tiredness and desperation. The signs that can indicate that you or someone you know or work with might be developing compassion fatigue is the inability to work or complete daily activities. Signs of compassion fatigue can also show up through mood swings, anxiety, depression, trouble being productive, insomnia, exhaustion or even changes in one’s appetite. (Signs and Symptoms of Compassion Fatigue, 2022) Often times professionals have heavy workloads with excessive demands and long work hours which causes them to stress out triggering compassion fatigue. Compassion fatigue can occur when being physically or verbally threatened by a client while providing care for them. Visiting an accident scene, observing graphic evidence, or dealing with evidence or reports of trauma is a major cause of compassion fatigue. It can also happen when an individual provides care to someone who deals with depression, death, grief, or mourning. Additionally, suicide or threats of suicide by someone under your care can also be stressful and cause an individual to have compassion fatigue. (Compassion Fatigue, Symptoms to look for, 2005) Overall, you should talk out your stress and process your thoughts with a coworker, therapist, clergy, friend, family member or manager. It is important to build a positive support system and embrace self-care. #2…..Before doing any research on compassion fatigue, I have a little personal experience with this. My husband was shot the beginning of 2020 and became paralyzed neck down. In that area we did not have many resources and support for spinal cord injuries so we had to learn and grow on our own. I became his full-time caregiver and have been since then. I experienced many symptoms of compassion fatigue like anxiety, feeling overwhelmed and lost sometimes with who I was and what I was doing. I would be so tired, and drained and get headaches all the time. I still have some of these symptoms but we have adapted and learned how to use self-care and coping skills. I will go for walks every day and sometimes he will go for a roll with me. This sounds crazy but since I work from home I like to leave every morning and get coffee. It was something I did before his injury on the way to work. It is so important to notice signs of compassion fatigue and know how to address them.

— gender and their relevance for the study of human security.

Please write a paper demonstrating the understanding of the key concepts using the papers from my syllabus:
— gender and their relevance for the study of human security.
–femininities and their relevance for the study of human security.
–masculinities and their relevance for the study of human security.
–gender relations and their relevance for the study of human security.
–gender hierarchies and their relevance for the study of human security.
Please analyse each of these thoeries, define theories, define concepts using the papers from my syllabus since I have to use them..
Please follow this exactly:
–keep the theories as titles like “gender”, “feminities” – then define using the papers from my syllabus, then lastly analyse to human secuirty and real life…
(No footnotes citation, just author date chicago style)