@mod stevie: (Part 4/13) I’d say it&rsqu…

@mod stevie: (Part 4/13) I’d say it’s true that everyone with a belief in mainstream “gender” ideas assumes that people are either “gender” (man/boy or woman/girl) which is supposed to match your “sex” (male or female). But that’s usually based on secondary sex characteristics such as facial hair, bone structure, height, tone of voice, etc. These secondary sex characteristics are problematic as well because we all know that people don’t fit those characteristics as society would like.