Rhonda Lee
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Registered On: September 29, 2021
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Thanks for your reply and correction on Hepburn, Araminta.

I guess communicating what we want to convey is a key issue with gender terminology. Your third assumption is closest to what I reference.

I certainly agree that the sexes are not opposites. Certainly the traits we commonly attribute to femininity or masculinity, such as sensitivity, aggression, tenderness, etc. can be found in everyone, to different degrees. Perhaps the expression of traits by a male commonly considered female is what fundamentally upsets many, or is not accepted and in need of change or correction because it is felt to be “wrong”.

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