We Must Not Call Him Sister
July 28, 2014 3:39 PM Subscribe
The elasticity of the term “transgender” has forced a rethinking of what sex and gender mean; at least in progressive circles, what’s determinative isn’t people’s chromosomes or their genitals or the way that they were brought up but how they see themselves.
Having rejected this supposition, radical feminists now find themselves in a position that few would have imagined when the conflict began: shunned as reactionaries on the wrong side of a sexual-rights issue. It is, to them, a baffling political inversion.What Is a Woman?: The dispute between radical feminism and transgenderism.
This post was deleted for the following reason: This kinda feels like a big fight in the making for no particular good reason. -- cortex
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