This informative article is component of a few interviews featuring worldwide views on the aftereffects of the thought of ‘gender identity’ within general public policy. We have been grateful to any or all the ladies that have decided to be interviewed. Their views will disagree, which sometimes enriches the show. Above all, many thanks to Dominican magazine El Caribe because of its dedication to help women’s straight to talk about general public policy freely and without censorship.
The unexpected introduction of this notion of ‘gender identity’ into public policy throughout the world has produced a serious chaos, riddled with global confusion and clashes of mismatched theories regarding the meaning of sex, sex and identity that is personal.
Those of us who used closely the intense ‘summer of gender’ which recently happened within the Dominican Republic, for which some sectors of culture where arguing for or against sex policies being trained in public areas schools (an attempt spearheaded by the Ministry of Education) will keep in mind a video clip recorded by way of a charismatic news character in which she attempted to give an explanation for differences when considering intercourse and sex. Continue reading ““Biological intercourse just isn’t a range: you can find just two sexes in humans” with Claire Graham”