You’re in a conversation and someone says “our personal sense of our own gender is what determines what our gender is. The only way to know someone’s gender is to ask.”
What would you say?
Today, some people distinguish between biological sex and gender identity. We’re told they are unrelated, meaning your body has nothing to do with your gender. Further, we’re told that some people are born into the “wrong” body.
While gender dysphoria is a real and challenging, the logic used to justify gender identity as the basis of reality is just as challenging, but in a different way and here are three reasons why.
First, feelings, even strong ones, can’t determine reality.
Second, if gender theory is true, it’s impossible to be born in the “wrong” body. If there is no such thing as a male or female body, it’s not possible to be born into the “wrong” one.
Third, if gender theory is true, it’s impossible to feel like a man or a woman. If childbirth isn’t uniquely female, how can a feeling be?
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