There are more than 2 Human Sexes

pr3tti

Member
In the recent decade, scientists have moved away from the general concensus we all learned in high school that there are only two genders: XY for males and XX for females. ie. there are people with XXX chromosomes, and more.

Increasing evidence has been mounting over the last 10 years of research and studies, that what we considered "genders", is actually a spectrum.


Does anyone here get a bad taste in their mouth when they read this or learn about this? Looking at the video's dislike ratio, I'm sort of curious why there are people who find this offensive rather than think wow that's cool.
 
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lokie

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In the recent decade, scientists have moved away from the general concensus we all learned in high school that there are only two genders: XY for males and XX for females. ie. there are people with XXX chromosomes, and more.

Increasing evidence has been mounting over the last 10 years of research and studies, that what we considered "genders", is actually a spectrum.


Does anyone here get a bad taste in their mouth when they read this or learn about this? Looking at the video's dislike ratio, I'm sort of curious why there are people who find this offensive rather than think wow that's cool.

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pr3tti

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See the thing is... The universe does not care whether you or I like it or not. It does not care what you nor I believe. I'm not talking about belief in a form of blind faith. What i'm talking about is the release of new biological evidence from the scientific community that challenges our pre-conceived notions of gender, and why people cannot accept such evidence when it conflicts with their pre-conceived notions. Knowing full well their pre-conceived notions no longer have biological evidence supporting it.

Human genders being a spectrum is the actuality when we observe the evidence. But genders being 2 is the perception we hold. Why is our pre-conceived perception held to a higher regard than the actuality of the evidence observed in reality? When confronted with such evidence, why can't some humans accept it?

I also do not understand the "cringe" or negative feelings or uncomfortablity towards it? Why not the curiosity instead? I find that strange because I find all of this so interesting and cannot understand why anyone would feel negative against this. It is the exploration of the human species and the advancement of the knowledge of our human bodies. Why is our "feelings" or "pre-conceived notions" more important than actual evidence and actual truth?
 
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end_of_the_tunnel

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Laws of nature are harcoded, that is the norm. I feel pity and compassion for any that come out different to the norm. This term "sexual differentiation" in that video posted above can be twisted and misused in so many ways.

Kids need to experience outdoors, tree-climbing, seeing farm animals and wild animals interactions.
Not to have misguided educators spoon-feeding them politically correct and biased propaganda.
(a loose and generalised example) Taking kids to the zoo and showing them overcrowded bonobos performing same-sex sex acts is biased and borders on paedophilic grooming.

Ask Peter Jordan and Harry Miller about this insidious movement that is infecting education, our youth and threatening the very foundation of right to free speach.

Anyone disliking uncomfortable with my post. Please put me on ignore.
 

taint

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In the recent decade, scientists have moved away from the general concensus we all learned in high school that there are only two genders: XY for males and XX for females. ie. there are people with XXX chromosomes, and more.

Increasing evidence has been mounting over the last 10 years of research and studies, that what we considered "genders", is actually a spectrum.


Does anyone here get a bad taste in their mouth when they read this or learn about this? Looking at the video's dislike ratio, I'm sort of curious why there are people who find this offensive rather than think wow that's cool.
That is called mental illness.............unless you're time warping of course,then all bets are on.
 

cannabineer

Ursus marijanus
Laws of nature are harcoded, that is the norm. I feel pity and compassion for any that come out different to the norm. This term "sexual differentiation" in that video posted above can be twisted and misused in so many ways.

Kids need to experience outdoors, tree-climbing, seeing farm animals and wild animals interactions.
Not to have misguided educators spoon-feeding them politically correct and biased propaganda.
(a loose and generalised example) Taking kids to the zoo and showing them overcrowded bonobos performing same-sex sex acts is biased and borders on paedophilic grooming.

Ask Peter Jordan and Harry Miller about this insidious movement that is infecting education, our youth and threatening the very foundation of right to free speach.

Anyone disliking uncomfortable with my post. Please put me on ignore.
I want to know more about these bar-coded laws of nature. Link?
 

Bareback

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I find it hard to believe that some humans cannot believe the overwhelming evidence that the rest of the people don’t give a shit about a study put forth by a group trying to get funding for bullshit that is commonly seen all around us but now a new way to explain it. It’s like the study done at the university where I work about how corn doesn’t digest......well no shit Sherlock just look in the fucking toilet.
 

a2lute

Member
Uh...XXX, XYY, and XXY are all genetic disorders man, and this isn't from the past decade. These were known about in 70's. These people can have deformities and shortened lifespans. The correct gender chromosomes for human health is XX or XY. Genetic disorders like Kleinfelters or Down's aren't news man, It's a condition someone is going to have to live with the rest of their life.
 

cannabineer

Ursus marijanus
I'm astounded. I genuinely meant the suggestion to go outside.
Ignoring my initial tease of your spelling, I am serious about asking for a link. Different people observe the same phenomenon and perceive things that are at best quite different ... at worst flatly contradictory. So my request for a link is
a: in good faith, and
b: quite reasonable.

I request a link backing your claim, one coming from an academic-grade source (emphatically no YouTube or other social-media links, and preferably nothing journalistic either, as journalists need not submit to peer review of their claims.)

Anything else is subjective and so becomes rather uninteresting in my considered opinion.

Example: in the 18th century there was a belief in “natural law” which was supposedly a way to reduce moral issues to essentially physics. This belief has not withstood review. I want to avoid what could become a credo.
 
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