February 16, 2020
The Wall Street Journal is promoting outdated science.
The Wall Street Journal has issued a throwdown to the gender lobby, insisting in an op-ed Thursday that sex is binary and there is no “spectrum.”
“In humans, reproductive anatomy is unambiguously male or female at birth more than 99.98% of the time,” note biologists Colin M. Wright and Emma N. Hilton. “The evolutionary function of these two anatomies is to aid in reproduction via the fusion of sperm and ova.”
“No third type of sex cell exists in humans, and therefore there is no sex ‘spectrum’ or additional sexes beyond male and female. Sex is binary,” they assert.
That really sounds like something intended to make the authors and people opposing The Tranny look bad on purpose.
The whole “spectrum” thing has been explained time and time again.
You see, there’s a thing called Gender.
No, wait. Wrong image.
One more time.
There’s some kind of creature called The Gender Unicorn.
This Gender Unicorn being possesses people and makes them believe that the manner in which they have to act and feel, and who they find sexually appealing, are not determined by their physical genitals — which were arbitrarily assigned to them by evil doctors through the first ultrasound scan performed on their mothers — but by the imaginary genitals that they chose for themselves.
Choice and Freedom are part of Our Values as a Democracy, so people choosing their own genitals is The Right Thing to Do.
Since imagination has no limits, there are infinite forms of imaginary genitals, and as such, the distinction between sex (physical genitals) and gender (the true genitals inhabiting people’s hearts) was born.
No one has ever talked about a “physical genital spectrum” so it isn’t clear who The Wall Street Journal is arguing against.
The whole tranny and gender stuff is a thing of the mind.
The WSJ writers are responding to what they call a “dangerous and anti-scientific trend toward the outright denial of biological sex,” which sees male and female as “arbitrary groupings.”
The WSJ essay echoes concerns increasingly being voiced that modern society has rushed into a dangerous social experiment based on less than flimsy scientific foundations.
“The concept of changing one’s biological sex is, of course, nonsense, as sex is determined by unalterable chromosomes,” wrote researcher Jane Robbins for Public Discourse last October. “An individual can change his hormone levels and undergo surgery to better imitate the opposite sex, but a male on the day of his conception will remain a male on the day of his death.”
“The falsehood that sex is rooted in subjective identity instead of objective biology renders all these sex-based rights impossible to enforce,” the writers note.
“The time for politeness on this issue has passed,” the authors conclude. “Biologists and medical professionals need to stand up for the empirical reality of biological sex.”
When certain scientific institutions betray their mandate by abandoning empirical fact in favor of ideology, it is time for real science to take a stand.
If they want to take some kind of scientific stance against the tranny stuff, why not go into how sexual organs affect hormones and how hormones affect the brain and behavior?
Or something at least similarly interesting.
We all know people either have a penis or a vagina — even people infected with The Tranny know that. The problem lies in thinking that the behaviors born out of such physical differences are actually totally made up “social constructs” that can and should be constructed into something else.
Pictured: something else.