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I would because I care less about my kids birth gender and more about their happiness with their identity.
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Nope. What is between their legs, is what they are. Until they are old enough to even comprehend the question.
Those have nothing to do with gender...
What do they have to do with? I am seriously asking not being sarcastic
Sex. Chromosomes determine sex.
Please elaborate more on the difference between sex and gender?
Again not being sarcastic
Gender is societal expectations of an individual, historically centered around the two most common sexes.
Gender is a social construct, while sex is biological.
So then why do we have to refer to someone as their gender not their sex, it's just more complicated and gender and sex are tied for a reason. Don't get it
They are tied in the US/western world. Japan and India have accepted a third gender for hundreds of years. In parts of Africa, transgendered people (well we would call them trans) have been seen as being graced with supernatural powers.
We refer to someone by their gender because that is what they can control. If a biological female wants to be called a man, that is all fine and dandy. I would never refer to them as a male, as their sex cannot change, but I would gladly refer to them as their preferred gender.
So sex is biological (what you were born as) and gender is what you indentify as?
So you can be born a male but identify as a girl ?
Whatv do they have to do with his discussion? Do you have an extra one?
I mean I got to choose, why wouldnt they?
When did you get to choose and how?
Did you choose based on personal preference or what?
It was necessarily a conscious decision because my gender matches my sex, but in the event there was a difference, the choice would be much easier to pinpoint.