- Male and female are social constructs and don’t exist in reality. Sexual dimorphism is made up.
- Male and female are feelings
- You don’t need an uterus to have period cramps
- Gender is innate but exists in different forms in different cultures
- The sex is in the brain and not in the body.
- Identities can change your body immediately
- It’s bigoted when lesbians are not attracted to people with dicks (‘Cause feelings!1!)
- Don’t dare to exclude [insert genders] from your sexual attraction. It’s hateful, bigoted and erases [insert identities]
- You can be not attracted to [insert genders] but you have to examine why. Especially if you are a lesbian woman.
- There is no escape from the awesome glittery gender “spectrum”. Even is you say you abolish it you are still stuck in the jendah prison.
- sex = gender
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Well you certainly didn’t learn well if any of those lessons were from me.
- 1. Male and female exist. They are, however, still social constructions. Sexual dimorphism is also a social construction.
- 2. Male and female are constructs.
- 3. You don’t need a uterus to have cramps that are caused by hormones.
- 4. Gender, as a whole, is several parts combined. And does exist in different forms in different cultures, and that includes the different parts of it.
- 5. The brain is part of the body.
- 6. Identity is a zero sum game.
- 7. Bigotry is the stubborn refusal to adapt knowledge to new facts. So it can’t be bigoted to do this. It can be prejudiced, if the people with dicks are women.
- 8. I wouldn’t say that.
- 9. Excluding the second clause, this is about right. After all, if you are a racist and you find yourself attracted to a peson of color, it likely wouldn’t be healthy for either of you.
- 10. I say if you think you can abolish gender, go for it. Human social systems indicate it is a lost cause, but you know, people said we wouldn’t ever walk on the moon once, so who knows. I can tell you that Trans people would still exist, though.
- 11. This is actually more true than not in colloquial terms (look at most paperwork). More strictly speaking, though, gender is the social manifestation of sex. That is, gender iw what you are dealing with whenever two or more people are involved.
you are slow to learn, grasshoppa, but you’ll get it eventually.
I’d love to see any plan on how to abolish gender. I’m fascinated by the concept (No, seriously, I am). Unfortunately, even after reading all the major (and many minor) feminist gender abolitionists, I’m no closer to understanding how this is ever going to happen. They seem to be saying that getting rid of gender roles will somehow end gender except they also seem to think gender roles *are* gender. Which is clearly not the case. Gender roles may (or may not) be part of gender but they’re not all there is to it. Certainly, given the primacy they place on sex, they will not be ending gender as sex is gender inscribed on the body.