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I am excited to share my op-ed in the coauthored with the amazing . The growing trend to deny the reality of biological sex is harmful to women, the LGB community, and children. It’s time to speak out against this toxic ideology.
How strange it is that the only major US outlets publishing radical feminist arguments are the Wall St Journal and the National Review
Don’t deny sex on Valentines Day Well done
The Dangerous Denial of Sex - WSJ
Fascinating piece by & in (Happy Valentines Day?)
Uh oh. "Sex is binary" say and , evolutionary and developmental biologists, respectively. WSJ may be behind paywall.
I just tw'd this, but its worth repeating. I. "Sex is binary" say a developmental and evolutionary biologist. You can get alternative claims in Nature and other "quality" peer reviewed journals -- but they are *worse than wrong."
I’ve gained many followers since this article was published in WSJ and disseminated by accounts I want nothing to do with. If you’re following me because you think I’m a religious, anti-choice, homophobic conservative, you will be sorely disappointed.
The Dangerous Denial of Sex - WSJ
Transgender ideology harms women, gays—and especially feminine boys and masculine girls, write &
Transgender ideology harms women, gays—and especially feminine boys and masculine girls, writes Colin M. Wright and Emma N. Hilton via
Excellent article: “Those most vulnerable to sex denialism are children. When they’re taught that sex is grounded in identity instead of biology, sex categories can easily become conflated with regressive stereotypes of masculinity and femininity.”
"Biologists and medical professionals need to stand up for the empirical reality of biological sex."
“It is false at every conceivable scale of resolution.” 👏
I agree with and . Throwing biology to the reality denying critical theory of radical activists is a betrayal of progress; scientific, moral and political.
"When authoritative scientific institutions ignore or deny empirical fact in the name of social accommodation, it is an egregious betrayal to the scientific community they represent." Well said, and .