Oh Puh-Lease: Harvard University Suggests There are More than Two Genders

Keely Sharp
Written by Keely Sharp

Since the beginning of time there have been two genders:

1. Male
2. Female

Or perhaps you like other terms, like gals and guys, girls and boys, lads and lassies, blokes and sheilas and…..well you catch my drift.

It is extremely simple. There are only two genders. The sudden increase in confused emotions does not change the facts of science. It just doesn’t. Males are born with a penis, and females with a vagina. This anatomy does not magically change just because someone is confused.

Harvard University is trying to “prove” otherwise. They are suggesting that gender has changed over the years and that there are now multiple genders.

Heatstreet reports:

Harvard University is sponsoring the release of a new guide from the BGLTQ Student Life office urging students to “get the facts about gender diversity.” The pamphlet warns students about transphobia and calls on them to fight anti-transgender bigotry wherever it exists.

The guide claims that “there are more than two sexes,” despite the fact that there are only two biological sexes—male and female. The pamphlet, which was attained by Campus Reform, states that gender identity “can be affirmed and/or expressed in many ways,” and that it can even “change from day to day.”

Boy today, girl tomorrow. And on rainy days, bigender.

“Sex assigned at birth and gender identity are not necessarily the same. Sex assigned at birth, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, hormonal makeup, physical anatomy, and/or how one is perceived in daily life are not necessarily related,” states the guide.

Armed with a statistic from Organization Intersex International, the guide asserts that “at least 2%” of the population is born with intersex characteristics—meaning they have a combination of male and female anatomy. The Harvard pamphlet states that as such, individuals with these characteristics “do not fit into the sex binary of ‘male’ and ‘female’,” and claims (without basis) that “every human expression of sex is in some way biologically variant from the next.”

The guide says that “for many people—cis and trans—gender expression, identity, and self-understanding can change from day to day,” adding that gender is expressed through “speech, mannerisms, clothing, reflecting on one’s gender identity,” and the list goes on.

Even telling someone about your preferred gender, wearing make-up, and grooming yourself, can define your gender. Gender, it seems, is anything you want it to be.

So, according to this, I can basically decide what gender i want to be, what age I want to be, and heck, I can even choose what species I want to be because this is the 21st century and the liberals told me I could.

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