Sex is not a social construct.
Everything is a social construct, all words and concepts are made up by humans.
Yasss. Finally a normal educated person on here.
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Can you answer to my question now?
i just did... sorry if it wasn't binary enough for you lol
@wankiam that joke was in poor taste and you know it. Great opinion though. 👍
@ImagineSketchy what joke? if you found something funny in what i said i can only assure you it wasn't intended. im quite clear on this whole labelling and marginalisation thing
In the reply section above. "sorry it wasn't binary enough for you lol"
@ImagineSketchy oh right yeah thats just me lol wasn't meant as an intended joke but it did seem quite apt to say
Nope. Sex are the genitals you were born with, female or male. Genders are the labels "woman" and "man" which are followed by certain stereotypes.
Only people who buy into post modernism bullshit believe that.
That's why the word sex also means the copulation between people, because it involves genitals.
The ideology is not mine, and that is what you need to understand. It's science.
And also, you need to learn about something first, and then have an opinion, so they're undeducated.
I understand you are not the only one who supports the ideology, but it is an ideology that is supported by an interpretation of science.
Sociology is based on phenomena, so they make it a science. A phenomenon is a fact that all people have noticed. So, if people have noticed something and there have been statistics about it, it's actually happening and it's true. The definitions between sex and gender have been cleared since a lot of time. The thing is, if you want to accept this or not.
Yeah, sex is also the genitals you were born with, female or male.
There is actually. Sex are the genitals you were born with, so you're female or male. Genders are the labels "woman" or "man" which are followed by certain stereotypes. Not all people can identify and relate to those stereotypes.
You're talking post modern. A language I thankfully don't speak
No, I talk sociology which is an actual science and studies human behavior. Stereotypes are made by us, people. Females can't have the same behavior with other females, and this is because each person is different. Human behavior is unpredictable. And that's also true for males. Generalization is an illusion.