Do You Have A ‘Woman Problem’?
One issue which, in truth, should not be regarded as an issue at all befuddles most. It concerns sex and gender.
For most, their sex and gender is one and the same. Both are science-based.
The World Health Organisation (WHO), however, says that gender is different from sex, and that gender is a social construct which can change over time.
For a wee fraction of the population, sex and gender are not one and the same. And there lies the issue, this woman problem.
So, how does one define a woman?
Responses to the question include those from people holding responsible government posts:
“A child is born without sex.”
“[It is] something that is assigned at birth.”
“Only women have cervix.” (Note from the author: the “outrage” over this statement is currently ongoing.)
“It’s wrong to say only women have cervix.”
Could a woman have a penis?
Responses to the question are from those holding elective positions in the government:
“People are complex and different.”
“You’re in danger of inciting hatred.”
“I don’t think discussing the issue in this way helps anyone.”
Those who deny males access to women’s spaces are “dinosaurs who want to hoard rights”.
*A biomedical scientist who worked on blood transfusion for 40 years was struck off the Institute of Biomedical Science when he stated, “Only women have a cervix… Women also have a right to women-only spaces.”