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And Intersex people have a mixture of XX and XY right?
I was just about to say all this, glad someone else did
Good post comrade
That some seahorses have the anatomy to give birth and the rest don't is precisely a (real) binary; that is merely an example that sex and anatomy are not identically correlated across species.
If we consider sex established by those chromosomes, is it a social construct? It seems to me that it would be as social construct as all the language. If we mix this concept with the factors Luckynia said then it becomes an almost entirely social construct, but if we take only chromosomes it's scientific, do you agree?
Coming back around to humans though, that still doesn't work. There are people assigned female at birth that will always, inevitably be infertile. This can be for a variety of reasons, from intersex conditions to being born without some of the necessary anatomy to give birth to just plain interfility. You still can't base sex on a binary "can give birth" or "can't give birth" basis... it just doesn't work.
I have a question that's been bugging me for a while, and is part of why I'm so unsure as to my political views. Do most people in the leftist movement at large agree with third wave (modern) feminism? I find myself at odds with it because it seems most of them are just a bunch of entitled middle class white women who have nothing better to do with their time than complain about issues that are either A.) Trivial/Unnecessary, B.) Problems that aren't there, or that they effectively make seem existent, or C.) Issues that were once a problem for women, but now either aren't or are not nearly as terrible as they're making it out to be. Now I realize there are very legitimate and well-meaning feminists out there, as I'm sure some of you may even be, but surely I can't be the only one that is extremely bothered by this ever-increasing radical feminism that seems hell-bent on censoring anything deemed offensive by them. Seems a bit too authoritarian of you ask me. As a lesser note, it also seems that they're kind of hijacking other movements, such as movements against racism or that push LGBT+ laws. While I'm sure there's overlap here and there, it seems like some feminists inject feminism into anything they can. These are simply my observations, and a point of conflict for me. I'm open to any discussion on the matter, and hopefully some of you would be able to clarify these issues, or give your own thoughts on them.
Modern feminism is incredibly diverse. You mean what, exactly, by that? I feel you're extremely mistaken on much of what you're saying but since it isn't clear, I can't really criticise it, or even answer your first question.
Also, feminism is relevant to a lot of issues - the various structures of oppression are all related or situations become clearer when all the structures of privilege and so on are examined together. For example, if you're a woman, you're less likely to get promoted - thats a relation between sex and class.
[quote]radical feminism[/quote]thats the only good kind of feminism tbh