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What we mean by gender is fluid or flexible?
One of the problems of gender is that is has always been held to be binary - a person is either born male or female, and therefore will grow up to be either a man or a woman. However, a person who is gender fluid/flexible may not necessarily fit into that definition - while the traditional roles are mutually exclusive (if one is a man, then one cannot possibly be a woman, and vice versa), a gender fluid person may be born with female genitalia, and sometimes feel like a woman, but at other times they may feel like a man, despite their physical appearance. They may feel both simultaneously, or change between feeling female and feeling male. Their gender (not the same as sex) is flexible - it is not restricted to the "normal" gender binary - and may change according to their mood or external environment.
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The state of being male or female (typically used with reference to social and cultural differences rather than biological ones)
the ability to move at a particular joint through a full range of motion, this depends on the individual, the body temp, if the muscles have been stretched previously, and als…o muscle mass Flexibility is defined by Gummerson as "the absolute range of movement in a joint or series of joints that is attainable in a momentary effort with the help of a partner or a piece of equipment." This definition tells us that flexibility is not something general but is specific to a particular joint or set of joints. In other words, it is a myth that some people are innately flexible throughout their entire body. Being flexible in one particular area or joint does not necessarily imply being flexible in another. Being "loose" in the upper body does not mean you will have a "loose" lower body. Furthermore, according to SynerStretch, flexibility in a joint is also "specific to the action performed at the joint (the ability to do front splits doesn't imply the ability to do side splits even though both actions occur at the hip)." http://www.cmcrossroads.com/bradapp/docs/rec/stretching/stretching_3.html
It depends on the context. Gender is often used interchangeably with the word sex to refer to what physical sexual characteristics and body parts you have. In transsexual an…d transgender circles, the word sex refers to the body, and the word gender refers to your nature and who you are. A new understanding in such communities splits this usage of gender into gender identity and gender role. So gender identity refers to who you are, while gender role refers to the things associated with gender in society. So gender identity might be inborn, while gender role is most certainly cultural.
Its means that you bend.
Flexibility means that a persons' joints are able to move through a full range of motion
flexibility is the ability to achieve extended rang motion without being emplended by excess tissue. ex. fat or muscle executing, leg split... by:GLADDY FAITH STO. NINO FROM… I-BAGONG ILOG
Flexible can represent the human body's ability to be limber and lithe. Flexible can mean a person is open to new ideas and ways. Flexible can mean someone's finances are …able to go up and down in investments.
Well obviously u have to test it to know
Females tend to be more flexible.
Yes, it means you are very flexible. Well sometimes but no not really it just means your joints move more easily than others. But being flexible is the ability to stre…tch your muscle tissues more easily :)
Stiff inflexible / rigid / unyielding / fixed / stubborn There are many more depends who or what you are talking about.
I don't get it, but if you mean what is flexibility's meaning, then it's meaning is, someone who is very good at bending & stretching. For example, lifting your feet to your h…ead or your feet to your shoulders. Hope I helped (:
yes,i think so.
Not flexible; unwilling to change or compromise.
It's means if your a girl or boy.