in reference to Judith Lorber's quote:
> > "When we no longer ask 'boy or girl?' in order to start gendering an
>Funny, I thought infants were gendered at conception. You can't change
>an intact person's gender by upbringing nor surgery.
I think the key words were "no longer need to ask..."
The idea isn't to alter gender but to render it unimportant; as unimportant
as the color of one's eyes.
Perhaps in future, one's gender will be a private matter - private like
one's bank account number. (Just think how nicely that would skrew up
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