Here's a couple tid-bits you will hear from NPR's "All Things Considered":
As society has become more accepting of gays, lesbians and even transgender people, a new generation of young people is challenging those categories in favor of a more fluid understanding of gender. They refuse to be limited by notions like male and female.
Who'd of thought being transgendered would be "old school"?
Later in the segment:
We encountered high school students who said, I want you to call me 'Tractor' and use pronouns like zee, zim and zer. And, in fact, I reject the gender binary as an oppressive move by the dominant culture.
Hear it for yourself. You must be enlightened:
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