Homosexuality is not a gender. When you're Male and gay or female and lesbian you're still Male or female
That is true but some females are lesbian. I. e. all lesbians are female but not all females are lesbian.
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I meant 3 sexes. Sex is different from gender because it refers to biology.
Who is the the woman with red hair? I have seen a lot pics of him all over tge internet
@kim45456 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MNgdKI4_7fIDunno her name, but quite typical deranged feminist.
Might not agree with the whole thing-but they do exist. But in no universe can there be 200 genders-rather or not you see trans people as a 3rd gender or not-that's just not possible.
@KennyMcCormick I know they’re very rare, but the ones who exist who are neither man nor woman would disprove his claim.
I was thinking the same thing, but then I read it's just a cosmetic deformity. Hermaphrodites can't fuck themselves and get pregnant
Is gender not a social construct anyway? I mean the idea of man and woman having gender roles has existed for far longer than gender theory. The idea really is just to categorize people into common trends between the two sexes and compare it from a mental perspective but realistically think about it. A cis person doesn't FEEL like they're a man or a woman. They just are. It's an abnormal thought process that's a product of societal push. In other words. If the idea of gender never existed and everything was just based entirely on biological sex, you probably wouldn't have trans people to begin with
@ZeussLightningBolt Intersex is not always the same thing as a hermaphrodite, and intersex traits are not always cosmetic. Sometimes they occur in the chromosomes and internal body structures.
@KennyMcCormick I see what you’re saying, but this kid is the type who thinks about gender in terms of biological sex. Introducing someone who is in between a biological female and male is the most digestible way to introduce a new gender to him.
Harmaphroditic is a disability not a gender
Not necessarily. In humans it’s a genetic defect, correct. But in some animal species it’s a survival adaptation.