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14 Jan, 9 tweets, 3 min read
Gender is a social construct?

Let's dissect this agenda which has been pushed heavily by the LGBT+ community in recent years...
There's a huge misconception within the LGBT+ community which suggests that gender and sex are completely separate, in other words you could have a full biologically born boy with sex organs but his gender identity would still be open.

I will prove that gender is mostly innate.
1. Physical brain differences by sex.
2. Toy preferences between male and female babies.
All mammalian reproduction is rooted in the idea that there is a sexual dichotomy between male and female.

To obscure that with how you feel subjectively has no bearing whether male or female.

Two people can be born in the same year and be the same age.
Yet one person can be childish/young at heart while the other person can be mature, no one will argue their biological age, although they have different mindsets.

Same goes for race: You can have two people with the same ethnicity, and one completely identifies with their
national culture while the other has zero interest, he could have moved to a different country, learnt a new language and felt a lot happier.

The argument is, whatever you identify and feel comfortable with is not automatically determined with that which you are born with.
If gender is a meaningless social construct created by society, why does it matter more than sex which is actual real biology and why is gender more real than biology itself, why would anybody need to change his or her body in order to align with gender, a social construction?
The notion that 'Gender is a social construct' was first pushed by a professor of medical psychology in the 1960s.

His name was John Money, he has an interesting but dark life story that I'd recommend you to read about.

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Let's dissect her argument one by one.
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