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Measures Of Association For Nominal Variables

At first glance, anyone steeped in the tradition of correlation coefficients might view the idea of a measure of association for nominal variables as somewhat preposterous. After all, when you calculate a correlation coefficient, you are measuring the degree to which someone who is high or low on one variable will be high or low on another. Nominal variables are completely egalitarian and unprejudiced. None are higher or lower than any others they are just different. But the idea of association for nominal variables is not that ridiculous. For nominal variables, the idea of association relates to frequencies in categories. Because most men have beards and relatively few women shave daily, it is natural to conclude that sex and facial hair are associated, without having to decide whether shaving is higher or lower than not shaving.

Early adolescent gender identity disorder

GID in adolescents presents medical, legal, and ethical dilemmas for clinicians. The somatic changes of puberty are very distressing to these young teenagers. And for those who will ultimately progress to adult GID or transsexualism, these changes may pose substantial obstacles to effective 'passing' in their desired gender role. The latter is especially true for males as the voice deepens, facial hair sprouts, and skeletal proportions masculinize. For females, menses is especially troublesome, though not visible, and breast development, when prominent, is very distressing.


Steroids are not without side effects. Acne, weight gain, seizures, psychosis, depression, headaches, fatigue, facial hair, nausea, vomiting, and adrenal insufficiency can be very serious adverse events. Thus, the long-term use of steroids is not advised, nor is it effective in MS.

Hormonal effects

Androgen treatment to the female results in voice deepening, facial hair growth, general body hair growth, menses cessation, clitoral hypertrophy, and increased sex drive. Cross-sex hormonal effects are more pronounced in females. The deepening voice and beard growth and perhaps scalp hair loss can metamorphose the female's appearance dramatically. For the male, vocal retraining is required and perhaps surgical alteration of the larynx to effect a woman's voice. Extensive facial hair electrolysis is usually mandatory.

Marked Hominid

PP'hysical description Short, dark body-hair. More human-looking and slightly smaller than the Giant Hominids. Piebald or two-toned coloration. Sometimes has a light-colored mane, a near albino appearance, or a white patch in the middle of dark hair. Head-hair slightly longer. Facial hair from the eyes down. Large eyes. Rounded face. No neck. Well-developed leg muscles.

Toxicity in Women

Drogen for any reason, facial hair growth may progress to total body hair growth, baldness may develop, breasts may shrink, and the voice may deepen. In addition, cli-toral hypertrophy, uterine atrophy, and menstrual irregularities may develop. Although some of the symptoms are reversible and disappear upon cessation of therapy, several effects baldness, growth of facial hair, clitoral enlargement, and deepening of the voice are commonly irreversible. Steroids taken by women during pregnancy may cause pseudohermaphroditism in the genetically female fetus and may even cause its death.


Bigfoot Sculpture

Physical description Bulky, robust body. Height, 6-9 feet, with an average of 7 feet 10 inches. Average weight estimated at 660 pounds. Shaggy body hair, ranging from dark brown or black to light brown and gray. Color variation does not seem related to height or age. Small, pointed head. Sloping forehead. Flat face. Heavy browridge with upcurled fringe of hair. Facial hair except around nose, mouth, and ears. Deep-set eyes. Broad and flat nose. Wide mouth. Short, thick neck. Huge shoulders and chest. Females have large, hairy breasts. Arms are thick and long in proportion to height.