Gender Identity. I quote from the website Here:
Furthermore, the site recommends what they call "a gender spectrum" concept:
On a similar note, I'll quote some Wikipedia:
Then there's things like this:
Finally, I remember, from my Question Time thread not so long ago, that one poster posed a rather interesting and unique question somewhat related to gender, in the form of general relationships:
If, in twenty years from now, the institution of marriage in America is completely separated from involvement by any form of government (local, state and federal government will have no say on defining marriage, which will be left as a private matter), how do you conceive society adapting to such behavioral changes, and state whatever positives and/or negatives you anticipate being generated from it.
I figure this isn't clear enough, so I'll add a few questions:
1. Do you believe Gender identity is a legitimate concept, independent of biological sex?
2. Should gender nonconformists (transsexuals, etc.) be accomodated their change? (Example: should a FtM be forced to use the women's room?, etc.).
3. Basically the last question I quoted speaks for itself.
Edited by m1hawkgsm, 13 April 2013 - 02:59 PM.