Men are not women.

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Honestly you lot....do you come on here purely to argue just for the sake of it?
When the ova and sperm unite, a blueprint is laid down for the potential human being. Everything is decided at that moment...gender, hair colour etc. It is the genitals which give the outer indication of the gender, although the bone structure is also influenced by the sex. If there is some doubt about the gender, a DNA test will confirm it. Therefore...born male, always male...born female, always female. The gender cannot be changed.
That's it in a nutshell.
 

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I wonder if in the future, people will be identified by others, and not identified by any logic, nor science, nor by their own points of view before this system ends.

"You're a witch!" "No, they're a shoe!" "Let's chase funding to prove that they are either a witch or a shoe!!!"...meanwhile the cat says, "Meow".
 

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Honestly you lot....do you come on here purely to argue just for the sake of it?
When the ova and sperm unite, a blueprint is laid down for the potential human being. Everything is decided at that moment...gender, hair colour etc. It is the genitals which give the outer indication of the gender, although the bone structure is also influenced by the sex. If there is some doubt about the gender, a DNA test will confirm it. Therefore...born male, always male...born female, always female. The gender cannot be changed.
That's it in a nutshell.
Nutshell, scrotum, call it what you will...
 

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Honestly you lot....do you come on here purely to argue just for the sake of it?
When the ova and sperm unite, a blueprint is laid down for the potential human being. Everything is decided at that moment...gender, hair colour etc. It is the genitals which give the outer indication of the gender, although the bone structure is also influenced by the sex. If there is some doubt about the gender, a DNA test will confirm it. Therefore...born male, always male...born female, always female. The gender cannot be changed.
That's it in a nutshell.

The topic of gender and sex is complex and multifaceted, encompassing biological, social, and psychological dimensions. While it's true that the combination of genetic material from sperm and egg determines biological sex, which typically manifests in physical characteristics such as genitalia, it's important to recognize that gender identity is distinct from biological sex.

Gender identity refers to an individual's internal sense of their own gender, which may or may not align with the sex assigned to them at birth based on physical characteristics. Gender identity is deeply personal and may be influenced by a variety of factors, including biology, socialization, culture, and personal experiences.

For some people, their gender identity aligns with the sex they were assigned at birth (cisgender), while for others, their gender identity may differ from their assigned sex (transgender or non-binary). Gender identity is a deeply ingrained aspect of a person's sense of self and may not always conform to societal expectations or norms.

It's essential to approach discussions about gender with empathy, respect, and understanding, recognizing that individuals' experiences of gender identity may vary widely and that everyone deserves to have their identity affirmed and respected.

While biological sex may be determined at conception, gender identity is a more complex and nuanced aspect of human identity that can't simply be reduced to biological determinants. As our understanding of gender continues to evolve, it's important to engage in open, respectful dialogue and to affirm the dignity and rights of all individuals, regardless of their gender identity.
 

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Gender and sexuality are self determined.
Biological sex is not.
Gender and sexuality are not linked.
They are differential choices made, or compulsions acted upon.

It's a very simple situation made more complex because human choice becomes ones own percieved reality, which is fine, but then demanding someone else view it as normal, that is where there is a disconnect.

Whatever one wants to think of themselves is perfectly acceptable, just don't expect people to understand the nature of ones own mind.
 
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