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This would explain why I can't get a date. ;-)
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Women in fact can't do everything as good as a man Even being a woman | image tagged in memes,creepy condescending wonka | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Would you prefer a cisgender woman crack a woman's skull?
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Do you mean, a woman? Men cannot be women, nor can women be men. It's just SCIENCE!
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mj8KdXQn3ZY
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Awwww, looks like someone doesn't understand science :)
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Science: If someone has XX chromosomes they are female. The X is a female chromosome and isn't altered when the other X attaches so the person is Female.

If someone has XY chromosomes they are male. They have a p**is and the Y chromosome makes the female functions of the X chromosome disable and it adds male parts such as a p**is to the body

The only time there can be a male and female at the same time is if the person is a hermaphrodite, when they have both a p**is and ovaries.

P**ises = Men
Ovaries = Women

This is science
Thanks for playing ;)
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And brain chemistry? You failed to mention anything about that
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I'm sorry, when did brain chemistry determine one's gender. As I said, look at the chromosomes, XX is female, XY is male. The Y gives male characteristics to the body such as testicles, a p**is, and the ability to produce sperm. The XX chromosomes keep women characteristics such as eggs, ovaries, and breasts. Brain chemistry has nothing to do with determining ones gender.
This is science.
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Do you know what gender means?
https://www.dictionary.com/browse/gender
"either the male or female division of a species, especially as differentiated by social and cultural roles and behavior."

Take note of the last few words "social and cultural roles of behavior." Keep that in the back of your head.

Do you know what sex means?
https://www.dictionary.com/browse/sex
"either the male or female division of a species, especially as differentiated with reference to the reproductive functions."

Take note of the last few words "with reference to the reproductive functions." Keep that in the back of your head.

When you discuss chromosomes and sexual parts, quote "The Y gives male characteristics to the body such as testicles, a p**is, and the ability to produce sperm. The XX chromosomes keep women characteristics such as eggs, ovaries, and breasts." (Lines 2-5), which definition does it fit better? The one about social or cultural roles and behavior, or the one about reproductive functions? I'll give you some time to figure it out.
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Websters 1828 Dictionary

Gender
GEN'DER, noun [Latin genus, from geno, gigno; Gr.to beget, or to be born; Eng. kind. Gr. a woman, a wife; Sans. gena, a wife, and genaga, a father. We have begin from the same root. See Begin and Can.]

1. Properly, kind; sort.

2. A sex, male or female. Hence,

3. In grammar, a difference in words to express distinction of sex; usually a difference of termination in nouns, adjectives and participles, to express the distinction of male and female. But although this was the original design of different terminations, yet in the progress of language, other words having no relation to one sex or the other, came to have genders assigned them by custom. Words expressing males are said to be of the masculine gender; those expressing females, of the feminine gender; and in some languages, words expressing things having no sex, are of the neuter or neither gender

GEN'DER, verb transitive To beget; but engender is more generally used.

GEN'DER, verb intransitive To copulate; to breed. Leviticus 19:19.
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Exactly
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Websters 1828 Dictionary

Sex
SEX, noun [L. sexus; from L. seco, to divide.]

1. The distinction between male and female; or the property or character by which an animal is male or female. The male sex is usually characterized by muscular strength, boldness and firmness. The female sex is characterized by softness, sensibility and modesty.

In botany, the property of plants which corresponds to sex in animals. The Linnean system of botany is formed on the doctrine of sexes in plants.

2. By way of emphasis, womankind; females.

Unhappy sex! whose beauty is your snare. Dryden.

The sex, whose presence civilizes ours. Milne.
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Gender - (noun) grammatical rules applying to nouns that connote sex or animateness. Gender means the same thing as sex, some people decided that they wanted more than two genders and thus we have our 937 genders. It is a bit insane, I don't have anything against these people, but science does not back it up. I find it absurd that people can go "identifying" as inanimate objects, or the other gender male/female. Gender is a synonym to sex and they mean the same thing, dictionary.com is PC and it probably doesn't want to get sued by thousands of angry liberal users. But gender means sex, and science backs up the basic fact that there are only 2 genders, (3 if a hermaphrodite is considered another gender, though they just have a genetic disease).
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You use the buzzword "science" a lot in your argument.
What is science? Is science the way the universe works?
Or is science the way you think the universe works?

https://www.genderspectrum.org/quick-links/understanding-gender/
Here is a pretty good site.
Here is a pretty good quote from said pretty good site:

"Most societies view sex as a binary concept, with two rigidly fixed options: male or female, based on a person’s reproductive anatomy and functions. But a binary view of sex fails to capture even the biological aspect of gender. While we are often taught that bodies have one of two forms of genitalia, which are classified as “female” or “male,” there are Intersex traits that demonstrate that sex exists across a continuum of possibilities. This biological spectrum by itself should be enough to dispel the simplistic notion that there are just two sexes. The relationship between a person’s gender and their body goes beyond one’s reproductive functions. Research in neurology, endocrinology, and cellular biology points to a broader biological basis for an individual’s experience of gender. In fact, research increasingly points to our brains as playing a key role in how we each experience our gender."

You might be wondering "What neurological, endocrinology, and cellular biological studies as explained in line 8?"

http://sitn.hms.harvard.edu/flash/2016/gender-lines-science-transgender-identity/
This Harvard study explains it rather well. It is rather long, but looking at the figures and figure descriptions should do something more than nothing.

Now, what science do you talk about when you mention it so often?
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So you are saying I can call someone who is male, a male even if he doesn't identify himself as that because that is his sex.

sex

and

gender

mean

the

same

thing.
There are only 2 genders, and this is science.
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So you are saying I can call someone who is male, a male even if he doesn't identify himself as that because that is his sex.

sex

and

gender

mean

the

same

thing.
There are only 2 genders, and this is science.
There is your science, will you give in already, gender and sex mean the same thing you bird brain. Look above and there is all the science.
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If you think such, then you and I have very different definitions of science. You gave the dictionary definition of sex, and I gave you a Harvard study on Brain Chemistry, and how transgenderism exists. The dictionary doesn't define science. So until you show me an actual study that says gender and sex mean the same thing, your argument remains as baseless as you spewing the exact narrow minded belief you have.
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So basically I can go around calling trannies who identify as female males because that is their sex. So according to you, I will now go on referring to people as what their sex actually is other than your so called definition of "gender". Welcome to the real world little guy, there are only 2 genders (or as you and your PC beliefs would believe "sexes") male and female. No-one can change it, what's done is done, if you don't like your gender

deal

with

it

that is who they are born to be.
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Amazing! You avoided the question

Not 1

Not 2

but three whole times!

Show some evidence man. I brought mine to the table, you insisting you are correct proves
nothing but your close mindedness on the matter.
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A "Harvard study on Brain Chemistry" isn't a DEFINITION of gender, it may be a brain study. This is the definition of gender.

Websters 1828 Dictionary

Gender
GEN'DER, noun [Latin genus, from geno, gigno; Gr.to beget, or to be born; Eng. kind. Gr. a woman, a wife; Sans. gena, a wife, and genaga, a father. We have begin from the same root. See Begin and Can.]

1. Properly, kind; sort.

2. A sex, male or female. Hence,

3. In grammar, a difference in words to express distinction of sex; usually a difference of termination in nouns, adjectives and participles, to express the distinction of male and female. But although this was the original design of different terminations, yet in the progress of language, other words having no relation to one sex or the other, came to have genders assigned them by custom. Words expressing males are said to be of the masculine gender; those expressing females, of the feminine gender; and in some languages, words expressing things having no sex, are of the neuter or neither gender

GEN'DER, verb transitive To beget; but engender is more generally used.

GEN'DER, verb intransitive To copulate; to breed. Leviticus 19:19.

There is your answer, it isn't a Harvard study but it is the DEFINITION of gender.
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Octavia went to the school of "imagination". where everything is "relative" or that reality is subjected to one's interpretation.
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And it seems you went to the school of dishonesty where you can just pretend that people said stuff that they never actually did
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I'm sorry, when did brain chemistry determine one's gender (when teaching biology an honest school would teach the truth). As I said, look at the chromosomes, XX is female, XY is male. The Y gives male characteristics to the body such as testicles, a p**is, and the ability to produce sperm. The XX chromosomes keep women characteristics such as eggs, ovaries, and breasts. Brain chemistry has nothing to do with determining ones gender.
This is science.
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so you're saying there are no differences in brain chemistry between men and women?
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Oh, makes sense now but
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The comment chain ended, there are different brain chemistries between men and women, that is due to the Y chromosome in males changing the X and disabling female characteristics and making male. But brain chemistries do not determine gender, it is the X and Y chromosomes that do
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As UllehS pointed out, sex and gender are two different things. Gender isn't determined by genitals, sex is.

And if brain chemistry is different between males and females, it would be possible for someone to have the physical body of one and the brain chemistry of the other, right?
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I'll have to do some more research, right now my computer is lagging, though I assume if that were the case it would be a genetic disorder because the Y chromosome didn't do it's job of disabling some of the X chromosomes female functions.
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hahahahahahahahaha

women bad
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gee...big mystery
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