He is not careful enough about , however, since in a world of limited knowledge, good generalizations about types are good clues about what to expect in individuals.
The gay, lesbian and transgender community insist that all of us should change the way we view male and female and are forcing us to think in a gender-less way so that transgender people don’t feel uncomfortable or disadvantaged. “Only you know whether you are a boy or a girl. No one else can tell you says the Gender Fairy in a children’s book designed to be read to Infants classes.
Gender Ideology, Transgender Reality: A Deacon …
Then, since meaning didn't much matter for that usage, "gender" has tended to simply replace all uses of the word "sex," except for direct references to sexual activities.
Language and gender for A-level English language.
To his disappointment, the lesbians often did not have sex at all on their dates; and one woman even told him that "lesbians only have sex after they've dated for six months." Now, the idea that women are not as naturally promiscuous and not as sexually driven as men is one of the oldest gender stereotypes in the book, while no one in society is as hostile and militant about "gender stereotypes" as politicized lesbians.
Binary or Spectrum, Gender is a Hierarchy | Sister …
What happens under the principles of the free market and liberal democracy with the feminist view that human nature is created entirely by environment is that the view simply disappears: people can raise their children however they like; and if they have some sort of educational theory or ideology like feminism to use, that's their business.
“Sex Change” Surgery: What Bruce Jenner, Diane Sawyer, …
So, while gay men continue at an unusual level of promiscuity, with or without "safe sex," both lesbians and most heterosexual women have reverted to something rather like the gender stereotype.
What the Bathroom Wars are Really All About - Crisis …
The full archetypal potential of this imagery, however, we can see in a modern creation, the fantasy novel (1971), by the science fiction and fantasy writer Ursula LeGuin, who often uses gender themes.
Andrew Sullivan: #MeToo and the Taboo Topic of Nature
That is why the women's vote has rarely gone for out and out feminists (until, perhaps, in some 1992 races -- although there was still no "gender gap" in the votes cast for George Bush), even while working women want equal pay for equal work, etc.