The debate "Genderfluid is actually bs." was started by
December 3, 2016, 7:56 pm.
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PoliticsAsUsual posted 2 arguments, TheExistentialist posted 3 arguments to the disagreers part.
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Im binging Gilmore Girls.
Sure, if you feel like you relate more to the feminine gender roles of your society, then by all means.
Also known as Im now female on all applications.
In anthropology, gender is a spectrum. Where you look at archetypes/gender roles of a society as the extremes. So if we imagine a graph like this:
Where M=masculine F= feminine and x=androgynous we would place ourselves somewhere on that graph in regards to the gender roles we play. So we could have a male sex be placed at a or b
The same goes for a female sex.
A person, as they go through life, could then be gender fluid if they fall closer to one archetype or the other at any given moment.
Essentially moving from b to a or vice versa. Since gender is independent of sex in all academic fields of study that study gender and sex, sex can be viewed as irrelevant to gender. We are then left with behavior as it relates to gender roles as a description of gender. As one goes through life, it is then possible to fulfill multiple gender roles at some point.
care to elaborate?
Gender fluidity makes perfect sense from an anthropological standpoint....
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