Anonymous asked: Not to be rude in any way, but why can't we say biologically female or male? Is that considered rude or incorrect?
That is considered very cissexist and rude. Transphobic as well. Genitals and inner plumbing has no gender.
I am sorry but I really do not understand why saying biological female/male is cissexist. I mean it is freaking biological sex not self identified gender. Maybe this is because I do not have issues with my genitals and such, but gosh you guys can be so crazy about this.Abolishing gender roles and the idea of binary gender is one thing, but trying to tell me that it is rude to say someone’s biological sex is kinda crazy unless they specifically tell me not to talk about it. ugh
im trans and besides the fact that its none of their fucking business what i have in my pants, i dont see anything wrong with the terms “biologically male/female”
Good for you.
ITT: people speaking over minorities in order to ~save them~
#how can you not see that gender =/= sex, and physical sex can be male or female (or intersex) but not necessarily correspond to their gender
SEX =/= GENDER IT’S NOT THAT HARD
Yes, yes it is that hard. I understand how painful it can be for people not to respect your identity, but these seemingly simple concepts are actually quite sophisticated and complex.
Unless you’ve actually spent time around specific people groups and societies where such things are discussed, this can all be very new, and people who are new are going to make mistakes, and may easily have serious problems understanding this. Speaking as someone from the outside, whose regarded sex and gender as synonymous, the idea that they express different ideas seems illogical. I’m not saying they are, I’m just saying it seems that way to me.