Gender sociology is one of the largest sub-sectors in sociology. It is characterized by theory and research, critically discussing the social construction of gender, how gender interacts with other social forces in society, and how gender is related to social structure as a whole. . Sociologists in this subfield study a wide range of topics through various research methods, including identity, social interaction, power and oppression, and the interaction between gender and other things such as race, class, culture, religion, and sexual behavior. other. To understand gender sociology, it is first necessary to understand how sociologists define gender and gender. Although men/women and men/women are often confused by English, they actually refer to two distinct things: gender and gender. The former, sex, is understood by sociologists as a taxonomy based on reproductive organs. Most people belong to the category of men and women, however, some people are born with sexual organs that are not clearly suitable for any one category, and they are called intersex. Either way, sex is based on the taxonomy of the body part.