Tag Archives: Gender

Gender is not a Spectrum by Rebecca Reilly-Cooper

aeon ht Bill Harris It is a key tenet of the doctrine that the vast majority of people can be described as ‘cisgender’, which means that our innate gender identity matches the one we were assigned at birth. But as we … Continue reading

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Critically Examining the Dogma of Gender Identity

Rehttps://youtu.be/QPVNxYkawao analytic philosopher Rebecca Reilly-Cooper “Where does it come from? It comes from never wanting to say to someone ‘your experience is wrong’.” Minute 30 in the Q/A . .

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What is Gender Anyway?

The New Statesman (hmm, not “statesperson?” 🙂 ) Something in the body, something in the culture, or something in the brain? A fetish, a flight from pain, or an attempt to deal with a baffling social world? Making it even … Continue reading

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Leviticus 18: When Is Sex Not Just About Sex? All the Time

It’s Easier to De-Sex the World than to De-God It After reading yet another diatribe about the evil and harm that religion has done to humanity I decided to write (and not publish) a ranty blog post about how human sexuality … Continue reading

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