Slytha (786)
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Progressive policies getting in the way of one another again.
' Sex is the biological make up of an individual and gender is the behavior associated with it.' Exactly. 'However, one necessarily assumes the other - IF you have a sound epistemology to ground you in objective reality.' Why? Gender is used to refer to societal norms and behaviors, it does not gave you clue about biological parts of your body. Why you assume they are related? You can do this all they quoting me calling that its a claim not an argument while your only argument is your belief about how right you are. I can do the same and tell you to change my mind. I did not argue there is X amount of genders or not. I am just saying when concept is defined in a way that it reflects societal norms associated with you cannot make a joke about it while referring to biological parts of human body.
Progressive policies getting in the way of one another again.
I do not understand why u are talking about arguments. I just said that you confused gender with sex. Definition of concepts can be different in your imagination as I see. Concept is concept, not a theory that needs an argument. If you wanna use term gender to refer to sex just use sex, why use term gender? You are using a context to critisize or make fun of something without proper structure. Anyway, just wanted to let you know I find it strange with using gender with uterus. Have a nice day.
Progressive policies getting in the way of one another again.
So whats your argument? "They are the same". Okey lets look up in dictionary.
Progressive policies getting in the way of one another again.
No it does not. Gender is not associated with biological differences. I respect your opinion if you think they are the same but that does not change the fact that there is huge literature behind it explaining concept of gender.
Progressive policies getting in the way of one another again.
I think you confused biological sex with gender.
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