This is an interesting blog post that gives some food for thought. Though I try to be as balanced as possible, using the terms “women” and “feminine people” or both when warranted, I may have been guilty of some harmful oversimplification. Even though I myself am variable gendered, I consider myself female or “afab” (assigned female at birth).
After reading this and now understanding that aside of the firmly intersex, “milder” intersexuality isn’t so exceptional, I hope to be more sensitive in the matter.
What do people, including bioscientists, mean when we say “sex is a social construct?” That’s weird, right? Sex is about biology, isn’t it? Sometimes people hear “soci…