Humpty Dumpty Goes Trans

Once upon a time, the word “gender” just meant “biological sex”.  Then, looney tunes such as John Money had the bizarre idea that gender is just a “social construct”.  However, because the obvious truth between a person’s legs could not be denied, the idea that “gender” and “biological sex” became two different things.

  • CodexCoder

    No basis in reality – just more fantasy which the rest of us have to treat as reality. And pragmatists are the loonies?

  • canminuteman

    And before that gender was a word used in grammar to define whether a word was masculine or feminine, which has nothing to do with sex. This is the only definition of the word I recognize.

  • Alain

    No, once upon a time ‘gender’ did not mean ‘biological sex’. Gender was the definition of masculine, feminine or neutral nouns and adjectives in languages. It never had any relation to sex. A man may wear pieces of clothing which are feminine, and no, that did not mean nor make him transsexual. Cultural marxists pushed for the acceptance of ‘gender’ in lieu of ‘sex’, knowing full well that it is not linked to the biological sex of a person and therefore can mean whatever one wants. It is for this reason that I have always rejected this incorrect term when it comes to defining the sex of a person. Words do matter and the cultural marxists know it.