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Genderfication of Adolescence

exposingprogressives Wrote: Feb 22, 2013 12:18 AM
It was always "sex" instead of "gender" until the revision of the ALIMPC in 1955 meant to indoctrinate the population into accepting the sociopathic behavior of homosexuals and bisexuals. Gender identity disorder cannot be cured through reassignment surgery. Call yourself whatever you want, Shirley, but you're either a male or a female.
AZYaateeh Wrote: Feb 22, 2013 6:50 AM
I like to tell people who call sex "gender" that they're Eurocentric (live by PC, die by PC)—in most languages, the genders are "animate" and "inanimate" or "personal" and "impersonal" (basically, "he/she" and "it"). In Navajo, there are 11 genders, most of them having to do with the shape of objects (long and thin, round and bulky, etc.), and they mostly inflect the verbs relating to motion.
rmccarthy Wrote: Feb 22, 2013 12:53 AM
If it were that simple, the simple-minded would be happy.
Starting with and stubbornly staying with a lie will not get you to the truth.
One man's notion of ideal, natural or normal may not actually work out as good as God's bigger picture.
Not so long ago, "gender" was something mostly of interest to flirtatious nouns. But then, as the culture became both more vulgar and more squeamish, "gender" replaced "sex" as the distinction between "him" and "her." Now "date," which described how him and her got acquainted, is replaced by "hook up."

Gender used to tell us about language; now, it describes behavioral roles. The word sex was unambiguous, referring to the natural biological differences. But the genderfication of sex expands to encompass the experiences of the transgendered, lesbian and male homosexuals.

Whereas sex refers to two, gender creates a crowd -- emotional...