Why we don’t protect the sex-versus-gender distinction

Why we don’t protect the sex-versus-gender distinction

Or, the sex/gender difference which can be not merely one?

(This post includes research from my graduate that is excellent assistant Lucia Lykke. )

Not long ago I ended up being corrected by another sociologist: “Phil – ‘female’ and ‘male’ refer to one’s intercourse, maybe perhaps not gender. ”

Feminists — including feminist sociologists — have made progress that is important drawing the conceptual difference between intercourse and sex, with sex the biological and gender the social groups. Continue reading