Eugene Leitl wrote:
> ankara writes:
> > "When we no longer ask 'boy or girl?' in order to start gendering an infant,
> Funny, I thought infants were gendered at conception. You can't change
> an intact person's gender by upbringing nor surgery.
Actually, depending on precisely what you do and don't mean by gender,
it happens a good deal after that but the bilogically determined aspects
(multiple and not necessarily all congruent in everyone ) happen in
> > when the information is as irrelevant as the color of the child's eye (but not
> > yet the color of skin), then and only then will women and men be socially
> If you want to make it irrelevant, unify the karyotype, or mess with
> genes driving brain morphogenesis, or use nano to change the brain in
Yes. Those things are possible and even possibly worthwhile someday
somewhere. You are right it would take that much on the biological
level if we actually wished to do this.
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