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Abstract ―​

Despite the implementation of orders promoting gender sensitivity, issues of gender discrimination are still present and found unsafe by the learners. The study was conducted to explore the level gender expression of learners in SHS in San Nicholas III, Bacoor. The study also found significant one out of seventeen Sustainable Development Goals. #5 Gender Equality, with this study, this ameliorates the equality of all various genders. Descriptive survey was utilized as research design; three hundred and fifty-two learners were used as the respondents, and data had been gathered including the age, gender, grade level, and academic strand/track. The level of gender expression measured using Bem Sex Role Inventory, and Survey on Public Attitude towards Homosexuals, correspondingly. The data was analyzed using Pearson’s correlation coefficient, one-way ANOVA, and independent t-test. The results show the level of openness of the institution is moderately high. Furthermore, there is no significant relationship between the age as well no difference to their grade level, and the gender expression of learners. While the academic strand/track of learners resulted in significant difference to their gender expression. The researcher suggests sustaining the openness of gender expression of learners in SHS in San Nicholas III, Bacoor City.

Keywords ―​

Gender Expression, Homosexual, Gender-sensitive, Gender dysphoria, Openness

Cite this Publication ―​

Jaynard L. Monleon and Elarcie Balsomo (2023), Exploring Gender Expression of Learners in SHS in San Nicholas Iii, Bacoor City. Multidisciplinary International Journal of Research and Development (MIJRD), Volume: 02 Issue: 06, Pages: 21-30. https://www.mijrd.com/papers/v2/i6/MIJRDV2I60002.pdf