do our concepts of gender and sex contribute to the ways we embrace gender and sex in diversity
Many people challenge the expectation that the genitals we are born with should dictate almost all of our physical, emotional, and psychological attributes. [ [ Feminists and others have long objected to strict gender roles that require women to be "feminine" and men to be "masculine." And some people are contesting the idea that our gender identity is inextricably tied to our biological sex and
that there are only two genders. What if being a woman isn t about having a vagina? What if people don t have to fit neatly into "masculine" or "feminine" boxes? For some of us, how we see ourselves and how others perceive us in the galaxy of masculinity, femininity, and the million points swirling between them cannot be constrained within the two simple categories of man and woman.1 ] ]
There are no new answers.