Sexual Diversity Studies
Sexual Diversity Studies

Sexual Diversity Studies

Lead Author(s): Amy Chen

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A question pack by Amy Chen.

Question 18

Which of the following pertains to Project Somos?

A

Similar to homophile groups, it works to mobilize LGBTQIA+ movements in Brazil.

B

It encompasses the key ideas of institutional development, intervention in HIV prevention activities, creation of favourable environments, and advocacy initialization.

C

All of the above.

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According to Clausewitz, What is the aim of a war?

According to Clausewitz, What is the aim of a war?

A

To overcoming the enemy without great bloodshed.

B

To disarm the enemy, and then oppress them in order to quell uprisings.

C

None of the above.